By Heather Hambleton for the Junior League of Santa Barbara | Published on 03.23.2015 9:50 p.m. The Junior League of Santa Barbara (JLSB) is proud to announce its three finalists for Woman Of The Year: Michele (Talkington) Schneider, Beverly Schwartzberg and Nancy Sheldon. The Woman of the Year is honored by the Junior League for her achievements in alignment with JLSBs mission to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women and improve youth literacy

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By Heather Hambleton for the Junior League of Santa Barbara | Published on 03.23.2015 9:50 p.m. The Junior League of Santa Barbara (JLSB) is proud to announce its three finalists for Woman Of The Year: Michele (Talkington) Schneider, Beverly Schwartzberg and Nancy Sheldon. The Woman of the Year is honored by the Junior League for her achievements in alignment with JLSBs mission to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women and improve youth literacy.

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A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations

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A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations. Highlights will include a Gala Night on the Town on Saturday at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford, appearances throughout the next 11 days by guest speakers from selected movies, and a closing film and festival party

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A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations. Highlights will include a Gala Night on the Town on Saturday at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford, appearances throughout the next 11 days by guest speakers from selected movies, and a closing film and festival party

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A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations. Highlights will include a Gala Night on the Town on Saturday at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford, appearances throughout the next 11 days by guest speakers from selected movies, and a closing film and festival party

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New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival orders up 11 days of screenings


A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations. Highlights will include a Gala Night on the Town on Saturday at the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center in Bedford, appearances throughout the next 11 days by guest speakers from selected movies, and a closing film and festival party

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A woman who questions her Jewish identity and a Texan deli owner with a big heart are at the center of two of the documentaries slated for screening at the seventh annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival. Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire, the festival will feature showings of 10 films through Sunday, March 29, at six Granite State locations

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The three swastikas found over the weekend inside a Jewish fraternity house at Vanderbilt University weren't the first — the Nazi symbols were painted recently on Alpha Epsilon Pi houses at Emory University and the University of California, Davis. It could be a drunken prank, or it could be that …

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