Jewish Heritage Programs Presents Third Annual `A Taste of New York' to Honor Josh Landes, Bryna Shuchat, Michelle Nadler Ingber and Matthew Ingber; Emceed by Michael Steinhardt

Apr 23, 2001, 01:00 ET from Jewish Heritage Programs

    NEW YORK, April 23 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Steinhardt/Neubauer Jewish Heritage Programs -- A project of the Cayne
 Heritage Foundation announces its 3rd Annual A Taste of New York Cocktail
 Reception honoring Joshua Landes & Bryna Shuchat and Michelle & Matthew
 Ingber.  The reception will be held at The New York Genealogical Biographical
 Society, 124 East 58th Street at 6 p.m.  Noted philanthropist, Michael
 Steinhardt will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
     Josh Landes is co-founder and general partner of Wynnefield Capital
 Management, LLC.  Bryna Shuchat is a marketing manager at KPMG.  They have
 been active supporters and mentors for students from all of JHP's schools for
 many years, and have hosted students in their home many times.
     Michelle Nadler Ingber graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in
 1996. She is now a Tax Associate at the firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett in
 New York.  Matthew Ingber graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in
 1995.  He is now a Litigation Associate at Mayer, Brown & Platt in New York.
 They were active with the program while at the University of Pennsylvania and
 continue their involvement as alumni.
     The event will include two performances.  The first will be by Nafshenu
 Orchestra, a Jewish singing group.  The second will be Pennsylvania Six 5000,
 an a capella singing group from the University of Pennsylvania.
     Jewish Heritage Programs is an innovative college outreach program
 designed to inspire students to celebrate their heritage and instill a sense
 of pride in their heritage.  JHP was founded at the University of Pennsylvania
 in 1993.  It normally reaches 25% of the unaffiliated Jewish students on fully
 functioning campuses -- a groundbreaking figure in unaffiliated student
 outreach.  JHP provides leadership training and mentoring opportunities with
 Jewish professionals from a variety of fields.  Today, JHP is on 11 campuses
 across the Northeast.  Since its inception, it has had an attendance of over
 100,000 unaffiliated Jewish students at events such as Shabbat dinners,
 Holocaust speakers and holiday celebrations.  An example of JHP's successful
 efforts: twice this year, in the fall and spring semesters, JHP sponsored
 "Shabbat Around Campus" at the University of Pennsylvania where 1,300
 unaffiliated Jewish students gathered at over 50 different locations around
 campus to celebrate a traditional Shabbat meal with their friends.
     To attend, or learn more about this event or Jewish Heritage Programs,
 contact Sarah Studnitzer at 212-279-2099 or 215-222-9618 or reach us online to
 purchase tickets or give your support at www.store.yahoo.com/jhp1.
 
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    NEW YORK, April 23 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Steinhardt/Neubauer Jewish Heritage Programs -- A project of the Cayne
 Heritage Foundation announces its 3rd Annual A Taste of New York Cocktail
 Reception honoring Joshua Landes & Bryna Shuchat and Michelle & Matthew
 Ingber.  The reception will be held at The New York Genealogical Biographical
 Society, 124 East 58th Street at 6 p.m.  Noted philanthropist, Michael
 Steinhardt will serve as Master of Ceremonies.
     Josh Landes is co-founder and general partner of Wynnefield Capital
 Management, LLC.  Bryna Shuchat is a marketing manager at KPMG.  They have
 been active supporters and mentors for students from all of JHP's schools for
 many years, and have hosted students in their home many times.
     Michelle Nadler Ingber graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in
 1996. She is now a Tax Associate at the firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett in
 New York.  Matthew Ingber graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in
 1995.  He is now a Litigation Associate at Mayer, Brown & Platt in New York.
 They were active with the program while at the University of Pennsylvania and
 continue their involvement as alumni.
     The event will include two performances.  The first will be by Nafshenu
 Orchestra, a Jewish singing group.  The second will be Pennsylvania Six 5000,
 an a capella singing group from the University of Pennsylvania.
     Jewish Heritage Programs is an innovative college outreach program
 designed to inspire students to celebrate their heritage and instill a sense
 of pride in their heritage.  JHP was founded at the University of Pennsylvania
 in 1993.  It normally reaches 25% of the unaffiliated Jewish students on fully
 functioning campuses -- a groundbreaking figure in unaffiliated student
 outreach.  JHP provides leadership training and mentoring opportunities with
 Jewish professionals from a variety of fields.  Today, JHP is on 11 campuses
 across the Northeast.  Since its inception, it has had an attendance of over
 100,000 unaffiliated Jewish students at events such as Shabbat dinners,
 Holocaust speakers and holiday celebrations.  An example of JHP's successful
 efforts: twice this year, in the fall and spring semesters, JHP sponsored
 "Shabbat Around Campus" at the University of Pennsylvania where 1,300
 unaffiliated Jewish students gathered at over 50 different locations around
 campus to celebrate a traditional Shabbat meal with their friends.
     To attend, or learn more about this event or Jewish Heritage Programs,
 contact Sarah Studnitzer at 212-279-2099 or 215-222-9618 or reach us online to
 purchase tickets or give your support at www.store.yahoo.com/jhp1.
 
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