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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

New York

A boy receiving his free kosher lunch, courtesy of Met Council, the Jewish Education Project, and the NYC Dept. of Education.Met Council, the Jewish Education Project and the NYC Department of Education join forces to fight child hunger

The end of summer typically symbolizes a few more days of fun and freedom for children. However, many families in our local communities find this to be a time in which it is extremely difficult to provide nutritious meals for their families.

Thanks to an exciting partnership between Met Council, the Jewish Education Project, the NYC Department of Education, in collaboration with the UJO of Williamsburg and the JCC of Boro Park, 2,700 free kosher meals were given to local children.

This four day pilot program, supported in-part by a private foundation, brought meals on wheels to children in underserved areas of Williamsburg and

Levi Aron, the Butcher of Brooklyn, was finally sentenced to 40 years to life last week for the murder of eight-year-old Leiby Kletzky.Levi Aron was sentenced last Wednesday (Aug. 29) to 40 years to life in prison for the murder of eight-year-old Boro Park resident Leiby Kletzky. Aron, dubbed by media the “Butcher of Brooklyn,” was sentenced a year later for a crime that rocked a city and devastated the Jewish community in particular. It had been one of the most horrific crimes to hit Brooklyn for years.

On July 11, 2011 LeibyKletzky, a Chasidic Jewish boy, was kidnapped as he walked home from his school day camp in the

Rabbi Yehezkel Zion (center) with the BP Shomrim and Assemblyman Hikind (on right).  (Photo credit: Shimon Gifter)Receive Commendation from Hikind

Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) had nothing but the highest praise on Tuesday for the Boro Park Shomrim and their dedication and diligence in apprehending the Brooklyn man who is alleged to have been behind a string of robberies in Boro Park and Flatbush. An expensive silver menorah, an esrog box and a megilla case were among the dozens of items recovered by police after the Shomrim led law enforcement officers from the 66th police precinct to the culprit’s

Mayor Michael Bloomberg was graciously hosted for breakfast at the home of Wallenberg Commission Board Member William Nussen attended by numerous members of the Raoul Wallenberg Centennial Celebration Commission including Steven Grauer, Yitzchok Fleischer, Ryan Karben, corporate sponsors : Jonathan Zalisky, Kathryn Soman from HealthPlus Amerigroup and Gil Cygler from AllCar Rent a Car, leaders of organizations serving Holocaust survivors and their children Rabbi Yeruchim Silber from the Boro

Swedish Diplomat Raoul Wallenberg (Z”L), whose heroic deeds will be celebrated on Sept. 19, the 100th anniversary of his birth.At the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

On Wednesday, September 19 at 7 PM, the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust will invite Kati Marton, author of Wallenberg: The Incredible True Story of the Man Who Saved the Jews of Budapest, and Wallenberg historian Bengt Jangfeld, for a fascinating discussion with Museum Director Dr. David G. Marwell about Raoul Wallenberg and His Legacy on the 100th anniversary of Wallenberg’s birth. The conversation