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PJ Library holds first family camp, plans summer read-a-thon

PJ Library holds first family camp, plans summer read-a-thon

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As PJ Library of Phoenix continues its primary role of delivering Jewish traditions and values into the homes of young Jewish families through Jewish books and CDs, it is also expanding its offerings.

1,500 attend Chabad Lag B’Omer event

1,500 attend Chabad Lag B’Omer event

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An estimated 1,500 or more people gathered at Castles & Coasters in Phoenix on May 14 for Chabad of Arizona’s community Lag B’Omer celebration.

Israel Scouts come to Arizona June 11-20

Israel Scouts come to Arizona June 11-20

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The Israel Scouts Friendship Caravan. This year’s group, Caravan Noga, will be in the Valley June 11-20.

BJE offers variety of summer classes

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The Bureau of Jewish Education will offer several summer classes in June. They include:

Cox Charities seeks grant applicants for 2017 cycle for youth programs

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hat focus on K−12 youth and education programs to submit proposals for grants valued at $10,000 or less. This year’s grant cycle is now open and closes on May 31.

Campus security director available to help other Valley Jewish organizations

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The security director of the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in Scottsdale will be expanding his role to provide expertise to other Valley Jewish organizations.

Torah Day School to offer free kosher meals to children over the summer

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Torah Day School of Phoenix will be one of the Phoenix schools that will offer free meals to children over the summer. All meals will be kosher.

Out and About

Out and About

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Out and About features photos of community members around the Valley and the world. Submit photos and details each week to photos@jewishaz.com by 10 a.m. Monday.

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