New Jersey – B’nai B’rith International

New Jersey- B’nai B’rith Young Leadership Network New Jersey has had an active agenda, coming together for a Shabbat Dinner in August and a fall event called Trivia in the Sukkah in mid-September to share a Sukkot experience with the group.

In early December they celebrated Chanukah at a joint event with the Congregation Agudath Israel Young Professionals, at Congregation Agudath Israel in West Caldwell, New Jersey. It was a great event full of new faces, potato latkes, jelly doughnuts, and a lot of music and dancing!

Future events include a fundraiser in either Hoboken or Millburn, NJ, to raise money and awareness for the National Mitzvah Project. They also plan to have more Shabbat dinners, bowling, and many more.

Read the story about the 12th Annual B’nai B’rith Jewish Fair & Expo.

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August 11, 2017   Posted in: B'nai B'rith |

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