Mason, OH: (10/17/17)– Golf Manor Synagogue and Cedar Village, a Mason-based organization providing care and community to Cincinnati’s seniors, will collaborate on their 2nd annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days concert on Sunday, October 29th. Three hours of musical performances will begin at 1 p.m., with audience members expected to come and go throughout the show. The program is FREE and open to the public.
Daniel Pearl World Music Days commemorate Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered by extremists in Karachi, Pakistan. This international network of concerts uses the power of music to reaffirm a global commitment to tolerance and humanity. These events are held each year in October, commemorating the month Pearl was born. Since 2002, 13,900 performers in 140 countries have participated in the awareness-raising program.
Attorney Paul Plotsker, who serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Golf Manor Synagogue, brought the program to Cedar Village last year.
“I’m so glad to be able to honor Daniel Pearl with this concert,” said Plotsker. “Remembering him and what he stood for is crucial in this day and age.”
To date, performers will include:
“Guided by Jewish values, Cedar Village serves people of all faiths and backgrounds,” said Cedar Village CEO Dan Fagin. “This program is about tolerance and bringing people together. We are so glad we can partner with Golf Manor Synagogue again to bring the Daniel Pearl Music Days program to our region and host it at Cedar Village.”
For more information about the Daniel Pearl World Music Days concert, please contact Paul Plotsker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513.826.0037.
Golf Manor Synagogue, founded in 1901, is Cincinnati’s premiere Modern Orthodox congregation. It maintains a full program of thrice-daily prayer services and Torah study, featuring a daily early-morning Daf Yomi class, as well as full Sabbath and holiday prayer schedules. The synagogue also offers an outstanding array of social programming, which includes annual blood drives, bi-annual OTR soup kitchens, communal Thanksgiving Day, Chanukah and Purim dinners, a weekly chess club for children and the commencement this fall of the Golf Manor Synagogue School of Jewish Studies. See their website at www.golfmanorsynagogue.org or call Paul Plotsker at 513.826.0037 for more information.
Cedar Village, located in Mason, Ohio, is a nonprofit continuing care retirement community whose goal it is to make aging an enriching experience. It offers independent and assisted living apartments as well as short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. Specialties include inpatient and outpatient therapy, specialized dementia care, home care services, aquatic therapy and hospice care. More information is available at www.cedarvillage.org or 513-754-3100.
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