Howard County’s chapter of the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) will join in J-Serve, the international Jewish day of youth service, on March 15.
The B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG) and the Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) of South Jersey Region BBYO crowned two more winners at the annual Tournies Spirit and Sports event.
Over 3,000 teenagers from multiple Jewish youth groups gathered in Atlanta for a series of events aimed at both strengthening Jewish identity among teens and rallying philanthropic support for such programs.
Jewish youth groups have to offer more than playing table tennis in a shul basement on Shabbat afternoon, says Rabbi Glenn Black, who remembers doing exactly that in his Montreal synagogue as a kid.
Over 3,000 teenagers from multiple Jewish youth groups gathered in Atlanta for a series of events aimed at strengthening Jewish identity among teens and rallying philanthropic support for such programs.
This past summer, I traveled to Bulgaria with my youth group, BBYO, which is a Jewish youth movement for students in grades 8-12. It offers Jewish teens a chance to connect through Jewish Heritage, community, leadership and friends.
Over the Jan. 30-Feb. 1 weekend, 40 Orlando BBYO members attended a weekend retreat in Lake Placid, Fla., with other teens from throughout the state of Florida.
The following is the text of the winning entry in BBYO’s Oratory Contest. The winner was announced at BBYO’s International Convention 2015, which runs through Monday in Atlanta.
A life member, chapter adviser, regional director, senior regional director, community member and brother. All are titles befitting Todd Kay, who passed away Jan. 26 at his home in Beachwood.