by Denise Heimlich, OSRUI Staff Member and Mah Jongg Player The sound of tiles clacking on the table evokes clear memories for some women of mom playing mah jongg while children try to sleep down the hall or upstairs. Others are the first of their families to take up the game. I don’t remember my mother playing, but I inherited a “vintage” mah jongg set from my aunt. At last weekend’s Mah Jongg and Games retreat at OSRUI, the rotunda was filled with square game tables, and the sounds of conversation, clacking, and calls of “mahj” could be heard all [...]
on May 7, 2013
Jessica Heinz spent summer 2012 in OSRUI’s Chalutzim Hebrew immersion program. Here she talks about feeling Jewish without feeling different.
on April 3, 2013
Carrie Wainer, OSRUI staff member and NFTY Alum, talks about why she comes to camp and the impact three women in the OSRUI and NFTY community had on her.
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