MAZEL TOV TO:

Dr. Gerald and Joan Berenson on being honored at the Jewish Community Day School’s (JCDS) annual gala for their significant contributions to JCDS.

Catherine Cahn, daughter of Cory and Sarah Cahn, for her portrayal of Lady Bracknell in the Isidore Newman School’s staging of The Importance of Being Earnest.

Madelyn Fireman on her sister Marlana becoming an Avodah Corps Member in New Orleans. During her year as Corps Member, Marlana will work for HousingNOLA.

Joe Giarrusso III for his election to the New Orleans City Council.

Walton Goldring and Ann Rabin for organizing a luncheon for Key to the Cure.

The following members for organizing the Key to the Cure gala:
Barbara Greenberg and Lauren
Wakeman (co-chairs)
Allison Hoffman (social media
chair)
Sue Singer (corporate liaison)
Sandra Pulitzer (entertainment
chair)

Felicia Kahn and Joel Myers for being recognized for their activism at the The League of Women Voters of New Orleans’ 75th anniversary dinner.

Maline Levy-Berenger on her marriage to Ronald A. Berenger.

Billy Mimeles for receiving a Weiss Award from the New Orleans Council for Community and Justice. The award honors outstanding individuals and businesses who have given selflessly in service
to the community.

Michael J. Reimer, father of Rabbi Matthew Reimer, for receiving his PhD in International Relations from Rutgers University, Division of Global Affairs.

Alon Shaya on launching his own company, Pomegranate Hospitality.

Scott Sternberg, grandson of Audrey Sternberg Raphael and the late Manfred Sternberg, on his appointment as general counsel to the Louisiana Press Association.

Robert and Regina White on the birth of their granddaughter Stella Katherine Saladino, daughter of Shannon White and Joshua Saladino. Mazel tov as well on the appointment of Shannon as CEO of the Besh Restaurant Group.