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For residents who have not already completed their 2020 Census, the deadline is fast approaching. What is the census? Every 10 years, the United States counts every person living in the country to determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives (a process called apportionment) and also to distribute […]

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz, D.D. – How often do we have to offer our “thoughts and prayers” (T&P) to those who are recipients of the traumas of the world? Doesn’t it become meaningless to constantly be repeating this phrase, when we too are traumatized, by events in our country and overseas? If all we […]

By Barbara Kaplan – As Spring begins it is a time for reflection. I also find it hard to work and stay focused because I want to stop for a short time. I want to stop doing and just be. When anticipating Spring, I think about how I can make my life better. I also […]

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Signature Flight Support, Go Rentals and other airport/airpark tenants are joining efforts to help seniors in the Scottsdale community. The Beat the Heat program serves low-income, home-bound, isolated seniors in Scottsdale by delivering care packages in late June. Residents’ generous donations, no matter how large or small it may be, will bring relief to a […]

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz – Spring came and went, yesterday. Summer is heading in our direction. So far this year we have seen football, baseball, basketball, golf, soccer and hockey in the space of just a few months. Here it comes, there it goes. Time moves us, or do we move time? Many of […]