Returning to Europe and Searching for My Family’s Roots

Twenty-two years ago, in the summer of 2001, Temple Oheb Shalom, created “A Journey of the Spirit” tour of Europe following the passage of the Jewish people in several central European countries. The trip began in Czechoslovakia, now called the Czech Republic. It kindled a […]

Rediscovering Israel as a Family: An Interview with Lindsay Klatsky 

Lindsay, who graduated from Pikesville High and the University of Maryland, College Park, talks about the Family Mission and her love of travel, including the one rule her family has in place when they travel domestically.  How did you meet your husband?  I met my […]

5 Simple Ways to Infuse Jewish Learning and Culture into Anyone’s Daily Routine

Life can be super hectic! Between work, school, family, and friends, finding time for Jewish self-improvement might be the last thing on your mind. But what if we told you that incorporating Jewish culture into your daily routine doesn’t have to feel like a chore? […]

Make the Most of Your Summer

The weather is warming up, the school year is winding down. It’s time for summer vacations, outdoor barbecues and evenings filled with concerts, friends and fun. Here are six great ideas from The Associated and its agencies on how to make the most of your […]

Savor the Legacy of Israel’s Fallen Heroes

Looking for an impactful way to commemorate Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day for Fallen Soldiers? Learn about the life of a fallen soldier from Ashkelon and experience some of their favorite family recipes. Feel free to cook on your own or with a group. Learn […]

From Caregiver to Co-Chair: How David Harrison is Making a Difference with AgeWell Baltimore

Here are 10 things to know about David. 1. David is married to Elise (Greenspun) Harrison, also from Baltimore, and they have two kids – Emma (25) and Ethan (23). 2. David is participating in The Associated’s Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership’s Kesher program for adults ages 45+ […]

Passover Traditions with Ellen Mendelsohn

Native Baltimorean Ellen Mendelsohn looks back on fond Passover memories while sharing her favorite brisket recipe.

The Mental Health Crisis Hits Home

Beth H. Goldsmith, former Chair of the Board, recently sat down with industry experts within The Associated system of agencies about what is driving this mental health crisis among our younger generation and the programs our community has put in place to support our children and teens.

The Associated Joins National Initiative to #StandUpToJewishHate 

The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and the Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC) announced today they have joined the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism as an official partner of #StandUpToJewishHate, their new national campaign to mobilize all Americans, and especially non-Jews, to combat antisemitism by using the […]

Inbal Neun: From Kibbutz to The Myerberg

On this episode of The Associated’s Pull Up A Chair Podcast, Inbal Nuen, director of the Edward A. Myerberg Center, shares her story about when her past met up with her present.