The Regional Board consists of leaders elected by the members of BBG and AZA, and come from any of the chapters that are a part of Wisconsin Region. These teens lead the region and assist the chapters with programming, membership, and other important aspects of chapter functioning.
Wisconsin Region elects both a BBG and AZA Regional Board, who service from May to May. We elect the same 6 positions per board as the chapter have.
Michele Rodri was 7 years old when a pair of Nazi storm troopers plucked her out of a game of hopscotch outside her Paris home. Telling her story to a group of Southern California teens at Shabbat dinner on the evening of Nov. 6, Rodri lifted her plastic plate to demonstrate the ease with which they hoisted her into the back of a truck.
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the lovely ladies of Reba Wadel BBG No. 349 asked a very important question: Why can't womanhood be pluralistic? Why can't we define our own womanhood? Many people have confronted this question, but the social stigma surrounding this topic is still strong.
The entire community is invited to join Omaha Jewish teens in celebration of BBYO s Global Shabbat, Friday, Nov. 13, 6 - 8:30 p.m. at the JCC Auditorium. Planned, organized, and led by local Jewish teens, the evening includes Shabbat services, led by Aleph Shliach Benjamin Brodkey.