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Please act now!

Dear Colleagues, As you may have read in the news yesterday, Senate Republicans released a massive stimulus plan to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic to help businesses having trouble staying afloat. We need to make sure that nonprofits, such as Jewish Federations and their partner agencies, receive this aid to ensure our work across the…

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A Jewish Message for our Communities

We wanted to share this message from Rabbi Motti Wilhelm, Rabbi & Executive Director of Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Portland: Chaveirim – Friends,   As professionals in Jewish community our constituents look to us for a message of faith and Jewish approach during this time of uncertainty and chaos.   Allow me to…

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Spicy Roasted Cauliflower on a bed of Green Tahini

By Estee Raviv, Photo by Cheryl Juetton If you are obsessed with cauliflower as much as I am, you will LOVE this dish! It is perfectly spiced, perfectly roasted and perfectly seasoned. The creaminess of the tahini and the crunchiness of the cauliflower create a fantastic balanced texture. Ingredients: 1 head of cauliflower, divided into…

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Three Rabbis Who Shaped a City

Photo: From left Emanuel Rose, Yonah Geller and Joshua Stampfer. Courtesy Oregon Public Broadcasting Beginning in the 1950s, when Portland had far fewer coffee shops and most people had never touched a computer, three men arrived, all with the same vocation, to begin work that would impact the lives of thousands of Oregonians. All three…

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Finding My Place and My Voice

By Cole Keister Where I grew up in rural Oregon people denied the Holocaust. I experienced a lot of anti-Semitism from people who really had never met Jewish people. I don’t identify as being religious, but being Jewish is an important part of who I am. I remember that starting around when I was just…

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Trends for 2020

By Barbara Kaplan The year 2020 marks the beginning of a new decade, and it’s hard to believe that we have transitioned through 20 years into the 21st century. It’s time to look back over the past two decades and consider the things we have purchased for our home, be aware of the things we…

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Soup’s on!

By Paula Shoyer Soups are not only a great comfort food on a cold winter day, but they can also be a meal-in-a-bowl when you are trying to eat healthier in the new year. These recipes are from Chef Paula Shoyer, “a chef who takes the calories out of comfort foods.” To find more of…

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