OU Presents Leadership Development Seminar, Feb 11 in Atlanta, To Help Community Leaders

January 24, 2007, by

The Orthodox Union will present a regional Leadership Development Seminar in Atlanta on Sunday, February 11, for synagogue officials from Atlanta and the nearby South. Regional seminars are presented by the OU throughout the year to rabbis, presidents, executive directors and board members from across North America, designed to enrich skills and help community leaders manage their synagogues more effectively.

OU West Coast Region Presents Ultimate Issues, February 20, A Reponse to Dennis Prager

January 23, 2007, by

As a follow-up to the Orthodox Union West Coast Region’s Sixteenth Annual Torah Convention which was held in December, and in which there promises to be a controversial and spirited discussion, the Region will present Ultimate Issues. The session will be a panel discussion to address concerns taken up by Dennis Prager at the concluding session of the Convention, in which he debated Innovation vs. Preservation: The Future of American Jewry, with Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein.

OU Singles Connection Presents A Tribute to Simon and Garfunkel Plus, February 17

January 23, 2007, by

In A Tribute to Simon and Garfunkel Plus, the Orthodox Union Singles Connection, in conjunction with Park East Synagogue Singles, presents an opportunity for singles of all ages to relax and to meet fellow Simon and Garfunkel enthusiasts. It will be held on Saturday night, February 17, at Park East Synagogue, 163 East 67 Street in Manhattan, at 8:45 p.m.

Breaking News: NCSY Alumni Event in NJ to Include Reunion of Famed Ruach Revival Band of 70’s, 80’s

January 19, 2007, by

From 1971 on, the RUACH REVIVAL band – Howie Kahn, Danny Wildman, Harold Fruchter and Joey Fishof – was a big name on the American Jewish music scene, and played at NCSY events across the United States and Canada year after year. They had big hit albums, and were the first American Jewish act to be invited to appear in Europe, after their success headlining a show in England.

NCSY Alumni To Rock The Bencher: Famous Songbook To Undergo Revision

January 15, 2007, by

There are few publications, particularly in the Jewish world, that can claim to have sold over a million-and-a-half copies as The NCSY Bencher has done. The Bencher, which has guided joyous singing at weddings, bar mitzvahs, and many Shabbatonim for nearly 25 years, is now being revised. The goal of the revision is to add new songs and new versions of old songs to the widely distributed compilation. NCSY Alumni, the organization of thousands of NCSY graduates, is sponsoring the revisions and welcoming the input of anyone who has internet access and an interest in a wide variety of Jewish melodies.

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