Class Correspondent

The Summer 2012 issue of Jewish Action, the quarterly magazine of the Orthodox Union, featured a series of articles on the subject of Jewish unity. Among the contributors was Peter Berkowsky, who co-founded the minyan at the New York City Marathon 30 years ago. It is believed to be the longest-standing religious service at any sporting event in the world, drawing participants from across the United States and six continents. Joel Abrams retired after serving for 26 years as president and CEO of Dorchester House Multi-Service Center, growing the health center into a modern, state-of-the-art facility while maintaining its strong community roots. He’s also the co-founder of DotWell, a community-based partnership that serves the management and program needs of community health centers.
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