Arnold Notkin tended to kids who grew up in Miami Beach when it was far short of glamorous.
An NBA star, a viral video and a rivalry between two Orthodox high schools.
“The family says, ‘Okay, pick up the leg, we’ll bury the leg, let’s have a funeral.’ But most of the bodies are coming in whole.”
The announcement signals the end of a mass casualty event for which there is little precedent in American Jewish history.
No Saturday morning prayer service was a shorter walk from the Champlain towers — about one block down and one block over — than Surfside Minyan.
He treated her foot, and his shoulder.
After 8 days of nonstop work in the aftermath of the condo collapse, a brief respite for some volunteers.
Theirs was a bond that spanned generations, ZIP codes, and — perhaps most importantly — edahs, or age groups.
They met only a few weeks ago, and decided to start a young Jewish professionals group. When the condo collapsed, the group had a new purpose.
Behind the register, Sandra Hirsch connected to much of Surfside’s Jewish community.