September 16, 2019

Keeping up: Ronald Reagan foundation, Walk to end genocide, Yom Hashoah, It takes a woman fundraiser

Jewish World Watch drew more than 2,500 people to its fourth annual Walk to End Genocide on April 18. The two-mile walk around Warner Center Park in Woodland Hills raised $175,000 for the people of Darfur, Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mort Zuckerman, chairman/editor-in-chief of U.S. News and World Report and publisher of the New York Daily News, tours The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library prior to speaking as part of the Center for Public Affairs Reagan Forum Series on April 13. Photo courtesy The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation

Dale Surowitz, right, chief executive of Providence Tarzana Medical Center, watches as Rabbi Yanky Kahn, from Chabad of the Valley, affixes the Catholic hospital’s first mezuzah to the auditorium doorway on March 19.

Participants recite prayers during the Yom HaShoah Holocaust Remembrance Day service at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Simi Valley on April 11. Photo by Joseph A. Garcia/Ventura County Star

The New Community Jewish High School Israel Advocacy Club, pictured with faculty adviser Daphna Maor, sponsored a Yom HaAtzmaut celebration in memory of Tal Kehrmann, who was killed by a suicide bomber in 2003.