Alison Buckholtz


3 Ways To Support Our Jewish Troops and Build Community

By Alison Buckholtz

3 Ways To Support Our Jewish Troops and Build Community
Jewish military families often feel invisible to the community, writes Alison Buckholtz. Here’s what we can do to make them feel like they are supported.Read More


With Their Men in Iraq, Wives Fight an Emotional Battle on the Home Front

By Alison Buckholtz

With Their Men in Iraq, Wives Fight an Emotional Battle on the Home Front
When we moved last year from the Washington, D.C., area to Anacortes, Wash. — a Thornton Wilder-era town in the far northwest corner of the state — I spent the first few months cataloging all that was missing from our new home. My parents were gone from our day-to-day lives; back east, in our cozy suburb, they lived just a few houses away, often baby-sitting for our kids, Ethan, 4, and Esther, 2. We also left behind a close-knit Jewish community, three synagogues within walking distance and any possibility of Sabbath lunch-hopping in the neighborhood.Read More



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