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Greater Trenton Cemetery kick-off event
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Greater Trenton Cemetery kick-off event

  • Lynne Azarchi presents Arthur Finkle, a leader in the cemetery project, with an award for drawing attention to Trenton’s Jewish history through his books and blog.
    Lynne Azarchi presents Arthur Finkle, a leader in the cemetery project, with an award for drawing attention to Trenton’s Jewish history through his books and blog.
  • Attendees at the Greater Trenton Jewish Center Project included, from left, Richard Perlman, Lois and Jack Lichstein, and Edith Gordon. Photos by Barry Korbman
of Korbman & Company Photography
    Attendees at the Greater Trenton Jewish Center Project included, from left, Richard Perlman, Lois and Jack Lichstein, and Edith Gordon. Photos by Barry Korbman of Korbman & Company Photography

THE GREATER TRENTON Jewish Center Project (GTJCP) held its first event on May 2 at the Stark & Stark offices in Lawrenceville. The organization was formed to raise money to repair the neglected Jewish cemeteries and to educate the community about Trenton’s Jewish history.

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