The Asheville Jewish Folk Music Collection Project brought together local Asheville Jewish musicians and singers to select and record an original composition with Jewish and/or Hebrew content and professionally produce a CD to be shared with the community at a concert and CD release event. Musicians were invited to collaborate with each other on their recordings, and one […]
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Click here to download your proxy vote form. Detailed Annual Meeting Agenda Sunday, September 22, 2019; 10:00 am – 11:30 am 10:10 am – Call to Order, Jessica Whitehill Approve Jan. 20, 2019 Annual Meeting Minutes – Jessica Whitehill 2019 Short Year in Review & 2019/20 Preview – Ashley Lasher 2019 Short Year […]
Enjoy a night out in Knoxville, including a room at the Hilton Garden Inn, breakfast voucher, and tickets to the hit Off Broadway comedy, “Not That Jewish” while supporting Heska Amuna Synagogue and Women’s League! To purchase your Out of Towner’s Special package, email email@example.com with “Out of Towner’s Special” in the subject line. All […]
BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. With a network of hundreds of chapters across North America and in 42 countries around the world, BBYO reaches over 80,000 teens annually and serves as the Jewish community’s largest and most valuable platform for delivering fun, meaningful […]
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JCC members and staff are invited to submit nominations for our annual recognition awards, the Phil Cohen Outstanding Volunteer and the JCC Employee of the Year, at the JCC’s annual membership meeting on Sunday, January 20. Nominations are due by Friday, December 7. Phil Cohen Outstanding Volunteer Award Exemplifying the best of volunteerism, a sense […]