In 1926, the Hebrew Cultural Garden was dedicated as part of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. Nearly 100 years later, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland proudly supports and manages this historic garden and maintains its landscape. “This is all thanks to the generosity of many people in our community," said Donna Yanowitz, Chair of Federation's Hebrew Cultural Garden committee. “We all care about maintaining such an important landmark in the city of Cleveland.”
Jewish Cleveland’s Emily Friedman is participating in Onward Israel, a summer internship program supported by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland. She’s interning in Tel Aviv at Daystage, a discovery platform that enables musicians to gain more exposure and get booked.
I grew up in Youngstown, Ohio. In middle school, my family moved to Florida, but we always kept our ties with Northeast Ohio. My brother went to Camp Wise; many years later, I ended up moving back to Cleveland and taking a job as the Assistant Director for Camp Wise.
Welcome to the newest residents of Moishe House – Jessica Friedman and Matthew Frankel. Both Jessica and Matthew are Cleveland natives and graduates of The Ohio State University. “Growing up here, the community did so much for me,” said Jessica. “Joining Moishe House is such an amazing opportunity to give back.”