Some of you may have noticed over the past few weeks a few subtle and not so subtle changes to the appearance of the Connections blog. The most recent of these changes being the logo itself!
The appearance of the ADA accessibility icon is meant not only to act as the obvious symbol for accessibility, but its acting as part of the lettering of the word itself alludes to the overall mission of disability inclusion in the society at large. The simple iconic Magen David (Star of David) now depicted as the dot of the “i” is there to represent the Jewish Community. With the accessibility icon leaning in towards and reaching for the Magen David symbolizing that we all are always working to understand, learn and experience our Judaism in every facet of our daily lives.
For more changes, pay close attention to the page sidebars, on the right hand side of the screen, they contain useful and interesting links and to the Community Calendar page. The Community Calendar is no longer only a link to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Community Calendar, but also contains its own Sensory Friendly Event and Activity Calendar. This Calendar is a place to learn about events and activities that may be great for you and your family.