From March 4 to 6, Texas Jewish teens from Houston, Austin and San Antonio came together at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Houston Greenway Plaza for BBYO Lonestar Region’s Maccabia Lonestar: Regional Kallah 2016.
Twelve BBYO teen leaders from Nashville were among the 4,000 Jewish youth who attended the recent BBYO International Convention in Baltimore, where they shared insights, met important Jewish thought leaders and philanthropists and helped break the Guiness World Record for the largest Shabbat dinner.
The synagogue, Kehilat Hanahar (KHN), also known as The Little Shul by the River in New Hope, is hosting an informational session about the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO) on Wednesday, April 13, at 6:15 p.m. It is for both parents and teens. It is open to the public. One need not be a KHN member to attend and do not need to be a KHN member to join BBYO.
South Jersey Region BBYO is comprised of 12 different chapters. Though united as one region, each chapter has its own unique identity and culture. The strength and character of each can be shown through the programming and events. We would like to take this time to highlight a few chapters and the gatherings they have organized to engage all members (both old and new), creating great memories for spring 2016.