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Wellness center groundbreaking of Shalom Cares next Tuesday

Wellness center groundbreaking of Shalom Cares next Tuesday

Shalom Cares, a provider of health services for seniors, invites the public to attend the Shalom Cares Wellness Center groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, July 26, 4-6 p.m.

The event will take place on the Shalom Park Campus, 14800 E. Belleview Dr., in Aurora.

Designed and built with donated funds as a community resource primarily for Medicare and Medicaid eligible clients, this wellness center will bring together traditional, progressive and natural approaches to health and wellness.

The 20,000 square foot facility will include:

Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 July 2011 09:34 )


New York, Houston reeling from tragedy

New York, Houston reeling from tragedyNEW YORK — The two tragedies occurred 1,500 miles apart and in much different circumstances, but both united a community in shock, horror and grief. In New York, the abduction and gruesome murder last week of eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky while walking home from summer day camp in Borough Park, Brooklyn, left the neighborhood’s tight-knit chasidic community reeling from the revelation that the crime was committed by an apparently observant Jew. In Houston, catastrophe struck when five membe...

Worry that Murdoch’s pro-Israel voice will die

Worry that Murdoch’s pro-Israel voice will dieWASHINGTON — Pro-Israel leaders in the US, Britain and Australia are warily watching the unfolding of the phone-hacking scandal that is threatening to engulf the media empire of Rupert Murdoch, founder of News Corp. Murdoch’s sudden massive reversal of fortune — with 10 top former staffers and executives under arrest in Britain for hacking into the phones of public figures and a murdered schoolgirl, and paying off the police and journalists — has supporters of Israel worried that a dimi...

Ghastly murder of Jewish child in NY

NEW YORK — The body of an eight-year-old Brooklyn boy who disappeared while walking home from camp this week was found, a suspect was arrested in his murder. The discovery of the dismembered boy’s body comes after a massive search for the boy which included police and hundreds of volunteers, most from the Orthodox community. Leiby Kletzky had been missing since Monday, July 11. Part of his dismembered body reportedly was found Wednesday morning in a dumpster in Brooklyn and the rest was d...

House to PA, 406-6: No one-way statehood

House to PA, 406-6: No one-way statehood WASHINGTON — The US House of Representatives threatened to cut off funding to the PA if it pursues recognition of statehood outside of negotiations with Israel. A resolution passed July 7 by a vote of 406 to 6 “affirms that Palestinian efforts to circumvent direct negotiations and pursue recognition of statehood prior to agreement with Israel will harm US-Palestinian relations and will have serious implications for the US assistance programs for the Palestinians and the PA.” The nonbindi...
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Orthodox man, 25, stabbed in Brooklyn

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Why Bernie Sanders’ historic victory is no big deal to Jews – or America

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Israeli soldiers kills rock-throwing Palestinian teen

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Knesset’s Tzipi Livni: Treat international media as ‘hostile arena’

Ben Sales TEL AVIV (JTA) —  The chair of a Knesset subcommittee said “We must treat the international media arena as a hostile arena” in the wake of a controversial headline on the killing of an ... [Link]

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