Daily Archives: April 15, 2021


The Ventilator To Africa Project

If you could save a life would you do it? If you had the opportunity would you take it? A group of individuals, including David Saltzman (brother of AZJL publisher Cindy Saltzman) started a 5013C called Breath of Life Africa, to do just that. The Breath of Life Africa aims to deliver life-saving innovations where…


Arizona Chamber names new CEO

The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased to announce Danny Seiden as its new president and CEO. Seiden was selected on April 15 at a meeting of the board of directors, following a search that attracted candidates from around the country. “After an extensive national search which resulted in many qualified applicants, we…


Telling Their Stories

Photo: Holocaust survivor Oskar Knoblauch shares his story with schoolchildren. Arizona’s Holocaust survivors and their descendants have long volunteered to share their personal stories with members of the community.  These important stories can be shared virtually to schools, youth and community organizations.  Combining efforts, the Phoenix Holocaust Association (PHA) and Arizona Jewish Historical Society (AZJHS)…


Oh, the places our packages go

Photo: Rabbi Yossie Shemtov delivers food boxes. Rabbi Yehuda Ceitlin of Chabad Tucson shares a story of a middle-aged Jewish woman who reached out when she was in need of kosher food for Pesach and how we never realize how our actions impact others. From Rabbi Ceitlin: She had been in touch with Rabbi Ephraim…


Tucson Tennis Pro Heading East this Summer

Chuck Reisig, longtime director of tennis at the Sarver Tennis Center at the Tucson Jewish Community Center is leaving in mid-April to be the director of racquet sports at the private Birchwood Farms Golf & Country Club in Habor Springs, MI for the summer. Chuck has been teaching at the Tucson J since 1996 and…

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