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Youth Groups         

Welcome TBI-SY where everything is all about YOUth at TBI!!

Our goal is to get our Jewish kids, tweens, and teens involved with other Jewish YOUth, and keep them involved throughout their time here at TBI, and beyond. 

USY

United Synagogue Youth (USY) is the Youth movement of Conservative Judaism.  On the International level, USY has over 20,000 members in grades 8-12.  These members are divided into 17 regions. Each region maintains affiliates from synagogues. TBI is part of the Mizrach Region of USY.  TBI USYERS have traveled to Israel as participants in USY Summer and School Year Programs, across the United States as delegates to the annual USY International Convention, and throughout Eastern Pennsylvania as delegates to various regional conventions throughout the year.  TBI-SY is lead by the TBI USY Board. There is no USY membership fee this year.  Events & Dates will be avialable on August 1st.

KADIMA

Kadima is the junior organization affiliated with USY. Kadima provides programming for 6th-8th graders. Kadima meets approximately once each month, sometimes for programming at TBI and sometimes for programming outside the building.  Kadima events include ice skating, bowling,  sports, movies & dancing, ... the possibilities are endless!  TBI Kadimanicks are active locally as part of our TBI chapter and regionally within the Mizrach Region.  There is no Kadima membership fee this year. Events & dates will be available July 22nd.

Chalutzim

Chalutzim is the organization affiliated with Kadima.  Chalutzim provides programming for 3rd-5th graders.  Chalutzim meets approximately once each month, occasionally with Kadima for programming at TBI or at other venues.  Chalutzim events include movie days, ice skating, eating together, and other fun activities! Chalutzimers are active locally as part of our TBI chapter.  There is no Chalutzim membership fee this year.

For more information about any of our youth programming, contact Jennifer Kosoy at edu@tbibluebell.org.

Tue, October 4 2022 9 Tishrei 5783