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Joel Schlessinger contributes to the Friedel Jewish Academy silent auction fundraiser

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Joel Schlessinger contributes to the Friedel Jewish Academy silent auction fundraiser

Joel Schlessinger supports children’s education through the Friedel Jewish Academy.

Friedel Jewish Academy, located in Omaha, Nebraska, is dedicated to providing an exceptional educational experience for young children. This program integrates general and Jewish studies into their curriculum to encourage a strong Jewish identity as well as educational excellence.

Founded in 1964, Friedel Jewish Academy serves children in grades kindergarten to sixth grade from all different backgrounds. Students experience education in the Hebrew language, Jewish studies, music, art, physical education as well as general studies.

Joel Schlessinger and his family support the organization’s vision of encouraging well-rounded students who are dedicated to community involvement and developing strong relationships.

Through donations to the annual fundraiser, Joel Schlessinger supports the school’s educational mission.

At the Annual Tribute Dinner, individuals in the Omaha community gather to raise money for the academy. During this fundraiser, a silent auction is held to raise money for the continuation of the General Education and Jewish Studies programs at the school. This year, the Tribute Dinner will be held on Sunday, May 19th.

For the 2013 Annual Tribute Dinner silent auction, Joel Schlessinger has donated a gift certificate for a SilkPeel at the LovelySkin spa. This certificate will be auctioned off and all of the proceeds will go to the students and faculty at the school.

Joel Schlessinger continues to support the development of the Jewish community in Omaha.

Joel Schlessinger and his family not only support education for young children, they also support individuals of all ages of the Jewish community. Read about his recent donation to the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home, a long-term care facility to elderly men and women, here.

To learn more about the Friedel Jewish Academy, visit their website.

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