She has also served on the Cleveland Jewish News board (executive committee), the leadership board of the Lerner Research Institute and the Poynter Institute advisory board, and on committees at Citizens Academy, The Cleveland Museum of Art and The Gathering Place.
What does CJN stand for?
CJN stands for Cleveland Jewish News (newspaper)
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- Chief Joseph Middle School (Montana)
- Casey Jones Museum State Park (Mississippi)
- Commercial Joint Mapping Toolkit
- Canadian Jedi Masters United (Star Trek)
- Canadian Jewish News
- Casier Judiciaire National (French: National Criminal Record)
- Cercle des Jeunes Naturalistes (French: Young Naturalists Circle; Canada)
- Chicago Jewish News (weekly newspaper)
- Chief Justice of Nigeria
- China Journal Net (database)
- Club des Jeunes de Nouadhibou (French: Nouadhibou Youth Club; Nouadhibou, Mauritania)
- Club des Jeunes Néphrologues (French: Young Nephrologists Club)
- Canadian Journal of Native Education
- Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home (Chelsea, MA)
- Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home Foundation (Boston, MA)
- Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics
- Calcutta Jesuit News Letter
- Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership
- Canadian Journal of Nursing Research
- Channel Japan News Radio
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Un recent sondage realise pour le journal Cleveland Jewish News montre que 51% des juifs americains approuvent l'action de M.
[For the complete stories from which this information has been extracted, see: "An evening with Rod Parsley, by Marley Greiner, FreePress, July 20, 2005; "Patriot Pastors," Marilyn Warfield, Cleveland Jewish News, July 29, 2005; "Ohio televangelist has plenty of influence, but he wants more," Ted Wendling, Religion News Service, Chicago Tribune, July 1, 2005; "Shaping Politics from the pulpits," Susan Page, USA TODAY, Aug.
Full-page grids will also run on April 27 in The Call & Post, Sun Newspapers and Cleveland Jewish News accompanied by a billboard campaign later in the month.
He formerly chaired the board of trustees of Park Synagogue, the Cleveland Jewish News and the Cleveland Scholarship Program.
Currently Rich Fine serves on a number of private company and organization boards including the marketing services company Brand Muscle, The Cleveland Film Society, the Cleveland Jewish News, Chautauqua Foundation, the communications consulting firm Dix & Eaton, and the Laurel School & Urban Community School.
In addition to KeyBank, the Key Financial Forum for Women was sponsored by the Cleveland Jewish News and WKYC-TV, Channel 3.
Savidge will introduce the Class of 2006: Former Cleveland Press society editor Marge Alge, broadcaster Casey Coleman, Cleveland Jewish News editor Cynthia Dettelbach, photographer Ron Kuntz and retired Plain Dealer publisher Alex Machaskee.