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Posts Tagged ‘Jewish teens’

The April 2018 Teen Israel Leadership Institute.

A Weekend Of Israel And Leadership For Teens

The Atlanta-based Center for Israel Education (CIE) and the Emory Institute for the Study of Modern Israel (www.ismi.emory.edu) invite Jewish 10th- and 11th-graders to apply to attend the Teen Israel Leadership Institute during the weekend of Oct. 26-28 at Emory University. The institute will feature a series of learning activities to expand students’ knowledge and…

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The steering committee visits Beit She’an National Park.

Like Family

Jason Rubenfire Special to the Jewish News Michigan and the Central Galilee share an unbreakable bond. Since 1994, the Jewish Agency’s Partnership2Gether (P2G) program has united Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor with the Central Galilee region of Israel, made up of three municipalities: Migdal HaEmek, Nazareth Illit and the Jezreel Valley. The region…

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Shelly and Mark Rubenfire are to be honored by the Michigan Region of BBYO. BBYO Michigan.

Family Ties

Jason Rubenfire Special to the Jewish News Rubenfires to be honored by BBYO. This month, my mother and father, Shelly and Mark Rubenfire, will be honored by BBYO’s Michigan Region. BBYO has served as a passion and an inspiration for my family and remains vital to us to this day. In 1977, Shelly joined BBYO…

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Knox Maslia, Sami Dines, Tammy Dines, Steve Dines, Sharon Sisler, Bri Dines and Joe Freedman

Family Legacy Of BBYO Involvement

Many threads make up the tapestry illustrating the Sisler-Dines family’s relationship to the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO). One thread shows how three generations of women have belonged to the same chapter of BBG (B’nai B’rith Girls). Another traces members of AZA (Aleph Zedek Aleph), the BBYO program for young men. And there’s the thread…

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Congregation B’nai Moshe Rabbi Shalom Kantor and PB & J teens at AIPAC

After The B’nai Mitzvah

PB & J Teens at B’nai Moshe continue building their Jewish identities. Today’s teens are inundated by “shoulds” — all the things they “should” be doing. These include constant academic pressure to excel, programs to build their “resume” for college and navigating the dynamics of our modern world. When do they get the opportunity to…

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