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Dec 14
Last Updated on 13 January 2015

Young Evrem (Grades 5-8)

Young Evrem is the junior youth group of Temple Shalom and membership is free to all temple members in grades 5-8.  The purpose of this group is to build social relationships with other Jewish youth outside of the educational environment.  Under the supervision and guidance of their advisor, children will experience opportunities for personal growth, engage in community service and enrich their Jewish identity.  Diverse programming is designed to be stimulating and conducive to the development of strong social bonds among the children, and our Jewish tradition.  Membership is free, and there will be 5 events over the course of this year! This is a wonderful opportunity for your children to make new friends in a fun, Jewish environment.

From the Advisor…

Hi I’m Rachel Enoch, the advisor for the junior youth group Young Evrem at our synagogue, Temple Shalom. I’m twenty years old and a junior at Fairleigh Dickinson University. I grew up at Temple Shalom, attended school here from Nursery School through Senior year of high school. I also was on the board of our senior youth group ToSTY for my four high school years, I was even the President. I have a bit of experience planning youth group events under my belt. I am excited for the year to come and the great times we are going to have.

 In addition to planning events for Young Evrem some of my hobbies include: reading books by Nicholas Sparks and beating my brothers at board games.


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