In the pages of this month's issue of Long Beach Jewish Life, we'll take you to Israel, where community member Jim Breslauer dedicated the Jim Breslauer Pavilion at the Center for Digital Innovation at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. You'll meet Israeli Knesset member Sharren Haskel, and learn about her mission to tell the truth. JFCS has a great event coming up this month along with some exciting news about a new in-home services program to share. We'll even introduce you to the first Israeli baseball player to sign a Major League Baseball contract. And, of course, he's with the Dodgers!
Did you know that when the Queen Mary set sail in 1936, it not only had a kosher kitchen, but it was the first cruise ship in history to provide an actual synagogue to accommodate its Jewish passengers?
The Jim Breslauer Pavilion was dedicated at the Center for Digital Innovation located in Beer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park in Israel.