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NFTY-SAVP: Thank You NFTY-SAR

First and foremost, thank you for showing me some true southern hospitality. I had a truly special weekend attending your Fall Kallah at Congregation Dor Tamid in Duluth, Georgia. Not only did I have the honor of going to the NFTY event, I had the amazing opportunity to learn and visit the school that Camp Jenny partners with.

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NFTY-PAR: As Jews We Hold On To Hope

Hope can get complicated in our modern world. What are we supposed to hope for? Hope for peace in the Middle East? Hope to get an A on our math test? Hope that this D’var is over soon? I can’t answer those questions for you. We all hope for different things. What I do hope is that we can all strive to follow the Golden Rule “do not unto others as you would have them do unto you”. No matter what types of people we encounter, it is our purpose as Jews to hold onto hope for a better world and mutual understanding among all people.

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NFTY-SO: Bringing the Holy Home – NFTY Southern’s Social Action Day

At NFTY Southern Institute, teens worked together to define what makes NFTY Southern a kehillah kedoshah, a holy community. To wrap up the weekend, we sent them with the charge of “bringing the holy home” – taking the holiness that they create in our NFTY regional community, and sharing it with the communities they are a part of. In our first Regional Social Action Day, they did just that. Thank you to Emma Figarsky, 10th grade from Little Rock, and Benny Meltzer, 11th grade from Baton Rouge, for sharing their insight and reflections on this experience!

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NFTY-MAR: Musings on Mechina

15 July 2013

My board and I recently returned from Mechina, an awesome 5-day event for regional board members all over the nation. It was a great experience, and inspired parts of this blog post! This post contains excerpts from some of musings and writings that I wanted to share.

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Mechina: More than Just a Board Meeting

09 July 2013

Phil K, NFTY-NAR CVP pondered, “So, what are you going to do at this event?” he was completely unable to answer her question, mostly because he had absolutely no clue. Phil had never been to an event solely based on leadership.

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In the News: KU Student Elected to URJ National Board of Trustees

In the News: KU Student Elected to URJ National Board of Trustees

03 July 2013

University of Kansas sophomore and NFTY's immediate past President, Evan Traylor, has been elected as the first teen to become a full member of the North American Board of Trustees of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ).

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Engagement Through Partnership

02 July 2013

Erin Goldstrom, Youth Director at Congregation Beth Am in California, partnered with another congregation for an overnight tzedek trip. Looking back, she learned a successful lesson in synagogue partnership leading to teen engagement.

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NFTY-MAR: A New NFTY Year in MAR!

02 July 2013

Nearly two weeks ago I, along with 7 other MAR regional board members, met up with the members of the other 18 regional boards in Warwick, New York at the URJ Kutz Camp for Mechina! Read more to see what we accomplished...

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Guiding NFTY’s Future

27 June 2013

Evan Traylor, NFTY's Immediate Past President, examines the incredible journey NFTY has been on over the last 74 years and discusses his hopes and thoughts for the new year and new North American Board.

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