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Israeli newsman to review stories that changed Israel and the world at Federation event

Gil Tamary

ALBANY–Gil Tamary, Washington bureau chief for Israel’s Channel 10 News, will speak on Sunday, Feb. 11, 7 p.m. at Ohav Shalom Synagogue, 113 New Krumkill Rd., Albany, at the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York community-wide joint society event featuring Gil Tamary, Washington Bureau Chief for Israel’s Channel 10 News. Tamary will present on “The Success Stories That Change Israel and The World.” In addition, the evening includes a wine, dinner, and dessert reception. The society event is open to the entire Jewish community. Society membership is not required to attend.

Tamary has worked for Israel Broadcasting Authority, Israel Public Radio, and as anchor and chief editor of “Good Morning Israel.” Tamary covers a range of Middle East issues from the United States and conducts interviews with dignitaries and political figures, including presidents, secretaries of state, the head of the World Bank and others. He is also known for his reporting on the Israeli economy. He is a former international editor of Forbes – Israel magazine, economic editor for Israel TV and IDF radio and was a writer for Globes, Israel’s leading business newspaper.

The cost of this event is $36 per person, or $20 per person ages 22-40, with reservations made prior to noon on Friday, Feb. 9, and $40 per person if reserved after. Reservations may be made on-line at www.jewishfedny.org or by calling the Federation at 518-783-7800.

 The Jewish Federation affinity societies are the  Brandeis Baruch Society for Jewish business, financial and legal professionals, the Chaim Weizmann Society for Jewish academic, government and technology professionals and the Maimonides Society for Jewish medical and health professionals. 

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