Category: Community

Jewish Jacksonville – Then and Now (and tomorrow)

The roots of Jewish Jacksonville has a fascinating history, dating back over two hundred years when Jewish pioneers started arriving in about 1783. Hazel Mack, Archivist/Historian has documented our rich history and recently shared her journey through time at Etz Chaim Synagogue. Hazel has followed the footsteps of generations who came before us, tracing the […]

Making Local History: Jacksonville’s First Torah High School Opens

The start of the new school year is always exciting, but it has been especially momentous at Jacksonville Torah High School (JTHS). The community takes great pride as Jacksonville’s first orthodox high school has opened. This is a historic milestone for Jacksonville, Florida and also, for the entire Jewish community of Northeast Florida. Mrs. Kineret […]

Ben Gurion’s Grandson Recounts Israel’s Early Days

The Jacksonville Jewish Federation kicked off the annual fundraising campaign at Etz Chaim Synagogue. The event was generously sponsored by Gray-Robinson. The evening featured refreshments and dessert; an inspirational video highlighting the Federation’s accomplishments at home and abroad.  Community leaders Haley Trager and Hal Resnick (of blessed memory) were honored for their dedicated service to […]

HAIL TO THE JEEP!

The community salutes our friend and neighbor Kevin Melamed of Mandarin for always looking for ways to brighten the lives of veterans around town. Kevin is the proud owner of a WW II Willy’s Army Jeep that his Dad bought at the end of the war.  As Kevin grew up in rural upstate New York […]
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