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Ken Lang

Community Advisor

Kenneth Lang is a Digital Business Analyst/Project Manager. He lives in Wayne, N.J. and is active with various township and county organizations. He volunteers as a member of the North Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s Ambassadors committee and will be joining the Passaic County WIB (Workforce Investment Board) this fall. Ken also facilitates two local job support groups in northern NJ.

Ken Lang's Contributions

  1. Wayne Jewelry Store Featured On ABC's 'What Would You Do?"

    Wayne Jewelry Store Featured On ABC's 'What Would You Do?"

    WAYNE, N.J.– A Wayne business will be featured on an upcoming episode of ABC's hidden camera show "What Would You Do?"The Image Gallery, 1160 Hamburg Turnpike, will be featured during the third of five scenarios. The particular scenario is under the heading of "Shoplifting Granny." The episode is scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Friday. "We're very excited to watch ...

  2. Same-Sex Paramus Catholic Suit To Wage On, Judge Rules

    Same-Sex Paramus Catholic Suit To Wage On, Judge Rules

    PARAMUS, N.J. — A judge on Monday denied a request from Paramus Catholic High School to throw out a lawsuit filed by a former employee fired because she is in a same-sex marriage, NorthJersey.com reports.Former Dean Kate Drumgoole, 33 of Bogota, filed a lawsuit against the high school, NorthJersey.com says.School attorney Christopher Westrick, President James P. Vail and the Archdiocese ...

  3. Wayne Boy's Bar Mitzvah Project Benefits Ill Teen

    Wayne Boy's Bar Mitzvah Project Benefits Ill Teen

    WAYNE, N.J.– A Wayne boy is organizing an Aug. 28 charity 5K run/walk to benefit a 13-year-old township boy suffering from a rare bone cancer.The "Warriors of Wayne" event is part of Harris LaPuma's Bar Mitzvah community service project and will benefit The Jake Rudd Foundation."Jake has a long road ahead of him," LaPuma said. "His treatment process will consist ...

  4. Fundraiser Aids Wayne Church Damaged By Flooding

    Fundraiser Aids Wayne Church Damaged By Flooding

    WAYNE, N.J. — More than $20,000 had been raised as of Wednesday morning on a GoFundMe site for a Wayne church severely damaged by flooding.Damage assessment is still underway but in the meantime, the church is seeking $100,000 to replace the choir robes, copiers, furniture and choral sheets lost in Monday's downpour, Pastor Karyn Ratcliffe said in a letter to the community.The church is ...

  5. Wayne Temple Welcomes First Female Rabbi

    Wayne Temple Welcomes First Female Rabbi

    WAYNE, N.J. – Rabbi Meeka Simerly will become the first female rabbi at Temple Beth Tikvah in Wayne in mid-August.Simerly, of San Jose, California, will be joining in time to celebrate the synagogue’s 60th anniversary.Born and raised in Haifa, Israel, Simerly grew up as in a secular-Zionistic environment until moving to the United States in 1995.She rediscovered her Jewish roots and ...

  6. Pet Portraits A Specialty For Wayne Woman

    Pet Portraits A Specialty For Wayne Woman

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Four years ago, Wayne's Gina Stritch lost her corporate job, and she's now turning to something altogether different: pet portraits.Stritch, at the age of 55, couldn't find another job. She said she met Ken Lang at Neighbors Helping Neighbors, and learned more from him in a few sessions than she had in her college career. "He said the most important thing you can do ...

  7. Wayne's Temple Beth Tikvah Has 'March Madness' Jubilee Events

    Wayne's Temple Beth Tikvah Has 'March Madness' Jubilee Events

    WAYNE, N.J. -- As March approaches, Temple Beth Tikvah reminds folks to mark their calendars for multiple events to celebrate Jubilee.Erev Shabbat Service -- Friday, March 11, 7:30 p.m. -- Cantor Richard will be the speaker. He's the director of the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, at the Hebrew Union College.Kol Dodi Concert -- Sunday, March 13, 3 p.m. -- Kol Dodi is a Jewish ...

  8. President's Day: Ford Designated Great Falls National Historic Landmark

    President's Day: Ford Designated Great Falls National Historic Landmark

    Wearing a blue pinstripe suit and red necktie, former U.S. President Richard Nixon made his way across the lobby of Oradell physician David Abend's Kinderkamack Road office.It was December 1993 and the then-81-year-old Nixon, formerly of Saddle River and Park Ridge, was seeking an osteopathic physician in the area.I'll never forget it," said Abend, who is double-board certified in ...

  9. Come To A Preventative Health Screening At Temple Beth Tikvah In Wayne

    Come To A Preventative Health Screening At Temple Beth Tikvah In Wayne

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Temple Beth Tikvah, in Wayne, is hosting a preventive health screening by Life Line Screening, a provider of community-based preventive health screenings.The screening, which is non-invasive and painless, will take place March 7. Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems related to blocked arteries, which is a leading cause of stroke; ...

  10. Temple Beth Tikvah In Wayne To Have Jubilee Events In March

    Temple Beth Tikvah In Wayne To Have Jubilee Events In March

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Temple Beth Tikvah is having its own March Madness in Wayne with Jubilee events.The following programs are scheduled:Friday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. is a Erev Shabbat Service with guest speaker Cantor Richard Cohn, Director of the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music at the Hebrew Union College.Sunday, March 13 at 3 p.m. is the Kol Dodi Concert. The Kol Dodi is a Jewish ...

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