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Sudolsky Leaving JFS in June Following Appointment as Clinical Professor at UT School of Social Work
By Tonyia Cone

Mitch SudolskyAfter serving as Austin's Jewish Family Service (JFS) director for 16 years, Mitch Sudolsky is leaving the agency to work full-time at the University of Texas at Austin, another organization he has been involved with for many years.

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Jewish Federation Young Adult Division Reaches New Milestones
Milestone Committee (not pictured Rachel Sommer), Jenna Rabhan, Ben Gomez-Farias, Ari and Julie Franklin (co-chair), Molly Abrams (co-chair), Jessica Laderberg, Tami Gamliel, Arielle LevyOn February 21, over 250 young adults attended the 6th Annual Milestone Gala, co-chaired by Molly Abrams and Julie Franklin, held at the JCC Community Hall.


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Women Cantors' Network International Conference Coming to Austin June 21-24
WCN Chairs Sherwin, Davis Jacobs and Gostein lead an SRO service and concert."Keep WCN Weird: Women Wired for Technology" is the theme of the 33rd annual Women Cantors' Network International Conference, the second one in history to be hosted in Texas.

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Holocaust Survivor Delivers Keynote at Austin Yom HaShoah Commemoration
Keynote speaker Ruth Moos fled Nazi-controlled Germany aboard kindertransport.On April 15 at 7 p.m., the Austin Jewish community will gather at Congregation Agudas Achim for Yom HaShoah Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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Yom HaZikaron Commemoration for Fallen IDF Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism on April 22
By Aviv Green

ImageWith their death they commanded us in life ...

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Dialing Down the Rhetoric
By Jay Rubin

Jay RubinWhen the new season of “Games of Thrones” begins this month on HBO, winter may come to Westeros, but shows every indication of having ended in Austin with Spring Break/ South by Southwest behind us and Passover closing in fast.

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Librarian Brings Holocaust Education to Hutto
By Tonyia Cone

Artifacts from the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission on display in the Hutto High School library. What started as a field trip to a library exhibit last spring has snowballed into an ongoing Holocaust education program at Hutto ISD and the local community, thanks to the work of librarian Angela Hartman.

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