Central Scholarship and Loan Referral Service

Posted November 26, 2012 By YBerkowitz

The Central Scholarship and Loan Referral Service (CSLRS) of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh coordinates the efforts of a group of organizations, agencies and scholarship endowment funds which provide scholarships to local Jewish students enrolled in an accredited institution of higher education.

www.centralscholarship.org

     

For Immediate Release

Posted March 30, 2012 By admin

The Vaad Horabanim of Pittsburgh is happy to announce that we have arranged a special run of Chalav Stam Milk produced and bottled by Turners and certified by the Vaad for Pesach.  This special run of milk will be available exclusively at Murray Avenue Kosher beginning Tuesday, April 2nd.  No other Turners Milk is certified by the Vaad, only the milk that is available at Murray Avenue Kosher.  Therefore, Murray Avenue Kosher will have both Chalav Yisroel and Chalav Stam available certified Kosher for Pesach.

We emphasize again that only the Turner’s milk sold at Murray Avenue Kosher next week and during Chol Hamoed is certified Kosher for Pesach (Chalav Stam).  The Vaad wishes to thank Mickey Kohanbash of Bete’Avon Kosher Dining Services and Lila Weiss and Saul Markovic of Murray Avenue Kosher for their partnership and assistance in this endeavor.

     

2008 Pittsburgh Jewish Community Cookbook

Posted March 26, 2012 By admin
     

Enjoy your next Simcha at the Kollel

Posted March 26, 2012 By admin

Enjoy your next Simcha at the Kollel

Affordable, Quality kosher Kitchen

 and just the right size for your next event –from 10 to 200.

Available for:

Weddings, Bnei mitzvah, Meetings, Anniversary Parties, and Business seminars

At the Kollel Jewish Learning Center

5808 Beacon Street

412.420.0220

     

Learning in the Outback Jewish enrichment

Posted March 26, 2012 By admin

The Kollel Jewish Learning Center

Women’s Division

Presents

Learning in the Outback

Jewish enrichment

At: My Little Outback café and indoor play canter.

Join our new mommy-and-me style program with a unique twist. A structured Jewish themed activity for children ages 1-3, combined with an adult learning experience for moms.

Learning in the Outback

Mommy and me Jewish enrichment at:

My Little Outback café and indoor play center

1936 Murray Ave in Squirrel Hill

Join us at the following time and dates:

11am – 12pm

In November we meet on the 2nd and the 16th.

In December we meet on the 7th and the 21st.

In January 2012 we meet on the 4th and the 18th.

In February we meet on the 8th and the 29th.

In March we meet on the 14th and the 28th.

Finally, in April we meet on the 18th and the 25th.

Cost: $10 per session, inclusive

     

Father and Son Learning Program

Posted March 26, 2012 By admin

 The Kollel Jewish Learning Center presents:

The Alvin Weinberg Father and Son Learning Program

Boys in 1st through 8th grades

Held at the Kollel Jewish learning Center

5808 Beacon Street

Starting motzei Shabbat November 12, 2012

At 7:15 PM

And continuing each week through February 18, 2012

For more information call Rabbi Morgan at 412.421.5030

Or email Mitch Maizlech at mitchmaizlech@gmail.com

     

Shabbos class for women.

Posted March 22, 2012 By admin

This is a woman’s learning opportunity that will take place on shabbos.

     

Shabbos Event with the Rabbi

Posted March 22, 2012 By admin

This is an Learning opportuninty event that will take place on shabbos

     

Exploring Jewish Cuisine

Posted November 24, 2011 By admin

The Kollel Jewish Learning center Presents

‘Exploring Jewish Cuisine’

On Thursday, November the 24th, 2011

At the Kollel Lower Level

10:30AM A lecture by Rabbi A. Rodkin

On the origin and significance of classic Jewish foods

11:00AM to 11:30AM

A viewing of the OU’s informative, entertaining and even intriguing ‘Kosher Bird’ video

Coffee and Refreshments served

All are invited | No Charge

For more information contact the Kollel at

P:412.420.0220 or mail@kollelpgh.org

The Kollel: Engaging minds, Enriching lives; Jewishly.