While some knew him as Jonah and others as Mac, we all loved and respected him. And we miss him dearly.

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JMF Supports WCT “Jonah Concert” and Camp Scholarships

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Pay attention because this can get confusing.

The Jonah Maccabee Foundation has made a grant to The Jonah Maccabee Fund (you with us?) at Woodlands Community Temple (White Plains, NY) to help support their annual Jonah Maccabee Concert (gosh, there are a lot of “Jonah Maccabee” mentions in this entry). The concert brings contemporary Jewish music to the synagogue and, while they’re at it, raises lots of money to help send temple kids to summer programs sponsored the the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ).

This year, the 5th Annual Jonah Maccabee Concert will take place on Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 8:00 pm and features much-loved performers Julie Silver and Ken Chasen. We’d love to have you join us or make a donation to support the project. Visit wct.org/jonah to participate.

The Jonah Maccabee Foundation is proud to join in this terrific project. Jonah grew up at Woodlands, made a lot of music there, and headed off to Eisner Camp and Kutz Camp from there as well. So not only is this a really worthwhile endeavor but it’s very near and dear to our hearts!

Billy

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