JewishGen announces "The Weekly News Nosh"...a weekly e-newsletter from JewishGen.org #announcements #JewishGenUpdates


Phil Goldfarb
 

We are saddened to hear that Gary Mokotoff, one the "founding fathers" of Jewish genealogy, has retired his weekly ezine - Nu? What’s New? For many years, thousands of readers looked forward to his weekly email, which contained commentary, announcements, interesting tidbits, links to various articles, resources, and information of interest to the Jewish genealogical community.


In Gary's honor, and as a tribute to his devotion and dedication, JewishGen will attempt to follow in his footsteps, and publish our own free weekly update going forward. Called The Weekly News Nosh It will be e-mailed each week to JewishGen.org and JewishGen Discussion Group subscribers and edited by Phil Goldfarb, President of the JGS of Tulsa, Lead Moderator of the JewishGen Discussion Group, and member of the JewishGen Leadership Team. For the past ten years Phil has edited a similar weekly newsletter for his Genealogy Society containing information of interest to Jewish Genealogists.


Phil has spoken at several IAJGS Conferences, as well as individual JGS meetings, both nationally and internationally and has given over 2,000 presentations in his health care communications career. A 4th generation pharmacist by profession, he is the founding President of the JGS of Tulsa in 2005, has served as a member and Chairman of the IAJGS Awards Committee, has written two books, and in 2020 won an Emmy Award as a co-producer for best Historical Documentary titled: L’dor V’dor, Generation to Generation: A History of Tulsa’s Jewish Community.  He also writes a monthly column for the Tulsa Jewish Review, many of which have been picked up by news outlets around the world.

We envision this newsletter to be somewhat similar to Nu? What’s New? but besides containing Jewish Genealogy news, it will also contain new stories and links about Jewish History and Culture which is also of interest to Jewish Genealogists. Our hope is that it will be educational, interesting, and fun at the same time.


It is our hope that you will enjoy our free Weekly News Nosh which will start next week and spread the word about it!

 

 

 


Joyce Eastman
 

While it is sad that Nu? What’s New” will no longer be published due to Gary Molotoff’s retirement, I definitely look forward to the “Weekly News Nosh” that will start next week.  Best wishes to Gary Mokotoff in his retirement as well.

 

Joyce Eastman

Orange City, FL USA

 

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We are saddened to hear that Gary Mokotoff, one the "founding fathers" of Jewish genealogy, has retired his weekly ezine - Nu? What’s New? For many years, thousands of readers looked forward to his weekly email, which contained commentary, announcements, interesting tidbits, links to various articles, resources, and information of interest to the Jewish genealogical community.


In Gary's honor, and as a tribute to his devotion and dedication, JewishGen will attempt to follow in his footsteps, and publish our own free weekly update going forward. Called The Weekly News Nosh It will be e-mailed each week to JewishGen.org and JewishGen Discussion Group subscribers and edited by Phil Goldfarb, President of the JGS of Tulsa, Lead Moderator of the JewishGen Discussion Group, and member of the JewishGen Leadership Team. For the past ten years Phil has edited a similar weekly newsletter for his Genealogy Society containing information of interest to Jewish Genealogists.


Phil has spoken at several IAJGS Conferences, as well as individual JGS meetings, both nationally and internationally and has given over 2,000 presentations in his health care communications career. A 4th generation pharmacist by profession, he is the founding President of the JGS of Tulsa in 2005, has served as a member and Chairman of the IAJGS Awards Committee, has written two books, and in 2020 won an Emmy Award as a co-producer for best Historical Documentary titled: L’dor V’dor, Generation to Generation: A History of Tulsa’s Jewish Community.  He also writes a monthly column for the Tulsa Jewish Review, many of which have been picked up by news outlets around the world.

We envision this newsletter to be somewhat similar to Nu? What’s New? but besides containing Jewish Genealogy news, it will also contain new stories and links about Jewish History and Culture which is also of interest to Jewish Genealogists. Our hope is that it will be educational, interesting, and fun at the same time.


It is our hope that you will enjoy our free Weekly News Nosh which will start next week and spread the word about it!

 

 

 


Dan Nussbaum
 

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