WHAT: BBJU Hatikvah House Sukkot Event
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 20th at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Hatikvah House
2333 NW 95th Ave.
Coral Springs, 33065
Do a mitzvah and help those who cannot build a Sukkah.
Hatikvah House is a residential home for Jewish men and women who have physical and mental challenges. We will be decorating the sukkah with them and sharing a celebratory brunch. If you are able to bring a side dish, dessert or decoration for the sukkah, we would welcome that.
What is JCC Maccabi? An olympic-style sporting competition & artistic showcase and the second largest organized program of Jewish teenagers in the world.
What: 2015 JCC Maccabi Games Volunteer
When: Sun August 9 2015, 12:00pm -3:00pm
Where: David Posnack JCC
5850 S. Pine Island Road, Davie FL 33328
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29th Annual B’nai B’rith Health Run: 5k & 1 mile
Rascal House Pizza
2255 Warrensville Center Rd.
University Hts., OH 44118
$10.00 (Online registration closes July 22, 2015)
$15.00 (after July 22, including race day registration)
>>Race day registration from 7:30am to 8:45am July 26th
14 and under, 15 -19, 20 -24, 25 – 29, 30 – 34, 35 – 39, 40 – 45, 46 – 49, 50 – 54, 55 – 59, 60 – 64, 65 – 69, 70 & over
What you get:
T-shirt (size guaranteed only through July 22)
After race refreshments
The 5k course is a loop that starts on Warrensville Ctr. Rd and winds through the residential streets of beautiful University Hts., passes the campus of John Caroll University and finishes in front of Rascal House Pizza. Police control and ample water stops are provided.
1 Mile course is an out and back which starts on Warrensville Ctr Rd and proceeds to Bushnell Rd for ½ mile with turn around finishing at the start location on Warrensville Ctr Rd.
Both Races are chip timed, start to finish, using MyLaps timing.
Packet pick-up and race day registration begin at 7:30am July 26, 2015 at Rascal House Pizza.
For more information, visit our web page at Bnaibrithhealthrun.org.
WHO: For those in their 20's and 30's
WHERE: Union Market DC
1309 5th St NE,
Washington, D.C. 20002
WHEN: Tuesday, July 21st 7:00pm
An annual summer tradition gets a breath of fresh air with a brand new location—Union Market. Enjoy the same trivia format you know and love outdoors at one of the nation’s best food halls. Test your knowledge of Summer songs and blockbusters, road trip fast food, vacation destinations, and more while sipping on frozen cocktails and drinks courtesy of Buffalo & Bergen’s Suburbia.
Note: Registration includes two drink tickets only; dinner is not included. Trivia starts at 7:00 pm. Arrive early to grab dinner from one of the market’s vendors. Please make sure to check each vendor’s operating hours before you arrive since most close at 8:00 pm. Kosher dinner can be provided upon request, but you must select this option when registering before Thursday, July 16 at 5:00 pm.
Sponsored by the Ruth and Samuel Salzberg Family Foundation: Salzberg, Exelbert, Salzberg Families
The picnic is free to attend and B'nai B'rith will provide kosher meats, buns and condiments. We ask that participants bring a Kosher parve or meat potluck item (no dairy) such as snacks, a side dish, or beverages. Our park permit allows for 3.2 beer and non-alcoholic drinks in non-glass containers.
We also ask you to support our new Adopt-a-School program, whether you are able to attend the picnic or not, with a new or gently-used book for 3rd-graders or a donation to the B'nai B'rith Adopt-a-School program to help purchase new class textbooks for the fall semester.
If you have any questions or would like to participate in any of our programs, please contact B'nai B'rith at 303-393-7358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Jewish young professionals in their 20s & 30s.
WHEN: Friday, June 19th
WHERE: United Synagogue of Hoboken
115 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Optional services start at 7:00 p.m. Dinner to follow services.
$25.00 per person
RSVP by Wednesday, June 17th!
NO ADMITTANCE WITHOUT RSVP & NO MONEY ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR.
Questions or dietary concerns?
Contact Danielle Ross at email@example.com
WHAT: B'nai B'rith World Center annual Excellence in Diaspora Journalism Awards
WHO: Nadav Eyal (Channel 10), Sam Sokol (Jerusalem Post) Selected as Winners; Lifetime Achievement Award to Kol Israel; David D’Or to receive special citation
WHERE: Yad Ben Zvi, Jerusalem
WHEN: June 8 at 19:30 at (coalesce and light refreshment will begin at 19:00)
Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus of Harvard University, will address the B’nai B’rith World Center Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence in Diaspora Reportage on June 8. Dershowitz—a world-renowned jurist—is universally recognized as one of Israel’s most ardent advocates in the court of world opinion. His address will take the form of a conversation with Liat Collins, editor of the International Jerusalem Post and weekly columnist, during which he will answer tough questions on Israel, American Jewry, the Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions movement, and U.S.-Israel relations.
Winners of the award named for Wolf and Hilda Matsdorf, are Nadav Eyal, Channel 10's chief international correspondent and Sam Sokol, Jewish World correspondent for the Jerusalem Post. A Lifetime Achievement Award in memory of Luis and Trudi Schydlowsky will also be presented to Kol Yisrael—The Voice of Israel Radio—for its long-running program “Searching for Missing Relatives” now edited and presented by Izi Mann. A special citation for contribution to Israel-Diaspora Relations through the arts will be presented to acclaimed singer David D’Or, who will perform.
Eyal will receive the award in the broadcast media category for his hour-long program “Hate,” broadcast on Channel 10 on Oct. 7, 2014. The program deals with rising anti-Semitism in Europe and was filmed on location in Germany, England and Greece. The broadcast also aired earlier in the year as a four-part mini-series during the station’s primetime news program. The award in the print media category will be presented to Sam Sokol for a series of nearly 30 articles published in the Jerusalem Post from May to December 2014 focusing on the fast-changing situation of Jews in war-ravaged eastern Ukraine.
The Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Kol Yisrael for its “Searching for Missing Relatives” program, inaugurated in 1945 to help Holocaust survivors track down missing relatives. The program was broadcast continuously until 1969 and was re-launched in 2000 by Yaron Enosh in a new format that included interviews and investigative reporting. Over the years the program, and its English print iteration “Seeking Kin” by Hillel Kuttler, have brought together hundreds of Jews across the globe, locating and reuniting with long-lost relatives, friends and neighbors.
Since its establishment in 1992, the B’nai B’rith World Center Award for Journalism has recognized excellence in reportage on contemporary Diaspora-Jewish communities and on the state of Israel-Diaspora relations today in the Israeli print and electronic media. The award is widely acknowledged in the media industry as the most prestigious prize in its field in Israel. Its goal is to help shore up the relationship between Israel and the Diaspora by recognizing excellence in Diaspora-related reportage appearing in the Israeli print, broadcast and web-based media. It was established in recognition of the important contribution the media can make toward strengthening the relationship between Israel and world Jewry--so essential for the resilience of both--by encouraging quality reportage on Diaspora communities and Israel-Diaspora relations.
The distinguished members of the award jury are: Chairman Asher Weill, publisher and editor of “ARIEL”– The Israel Review of Arts and Letters from 1981 to 2003; Yehudith Auerbach, professor in the School of Communication at Bar Ilan University; Eytan Bentsur, former Ministry of Foreign Affairs director general; Sara Frenkel, former Diaspora correspondent for Israel Radio and Lifetime Achievement Award winner in 2002; Shalom Kital, former director general of News Company and Channel 2; Gabriela Shalev, professor and chair of the Higher Academic Council at Ono Academic College, as well as a former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations; and Bambi Sheleg, founder and editor-in-chief of Eretz Acheret, and a 2011 award winner.
The B’nai B’rith World Center Award for Journalism is named for the late Wolf Matsdorf and his wife Hilda. Wolf was an editor of the B’nai B’rith World Center Journal “Leadership Briefing” and a journalist in Israel and Australia. Hilda was a pioneer in social work in both Australia and Israel. The Lifetime Achievement Award is named for Luis and Trudi Schydlowsky. The Award is made possible through donations from Daniel Schydlowsky, a professor and a member of the B’nai B’rith World Center International Board of Governors (Lima, Peru and Washington D.C.), and the Matsdorf family.
For more information please contact
Alan Schneider, director, B’nai B’rith World Center: +972525536441.
WHO: Rhonda Love, VP of Programming, B'nai B'rith International
WHAT: Lunch & Learn: "International Affairs"
WHERE: Chazen Senior Center
WHEN: June 5, 12:30 p.m.
Rhonda Love is Vice President of Programming at B’nai B’rith International and serves as staff liaison for the Center for Community Action and the Center for Jewish Identity.
Love brings community service programming and Jewish identity activities to communities throughout the United States and the world.
She is responsible for the administration of the B’nai B’rith Disaster Relief Fund, which provides assistance to victims of natural and man-made disasters, and the Communities in Crisis project, which distributes medicines throughout Latin America.
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