During this period of uncertainty, it’s easy to get caught in the abyss of what-ifs regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and our future, but these Ohio cities, people, businesses and nonprofits are using their strengths to provide light and goodness to their neighbors. These good deeds were found on social media posts or emailed to the Cleveland Jewish News and Columbus Jewish News. If you are doing good deeds or know someone who is, let us know at email@example.com and include “GOOD DEEDS” in the subject line.
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It’s easy to get caught in the abyss of what-ifs, but these Ohio cities, people, businesses and nonprofits are providing light and goodness to their neighbors.
Norm Cohen and Alan Cohl are confident that their new breed of whiskey will echo Israel’s success in making the desert bloom. They are creating Israel’s first distillery for American bourbon-style whiskey, hoping to trailblaze the Israeli market for the spirit and bring an added level of sophistication to an Israeli cocktail culture that is just starting to take off.