Middle School Teen Talk
November 2019 Events for 5th-8th Graders
In This Issue:
Save the date: METNY Kadima Shabbaton - Shabbat, Nov. 22-23 (6th-8th graders)
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Tzahal Shalom Middle School Event
Tuesday, November 12, 4:15-6:00 p.m
Tzahal Shalom of Northern Westchester invites 5th-8th graders to spend the afternoon with Israeli Defence Force reservists, learning about life as an Israeli citizen and soldier.

The afternoon will also feature Israeli dancing led by Diana Binger and Nancy Fried-Tanzer!

Kulanu Hey-Zayin students do not need to RSVP.

This event is open to all local teens in 5th-8th grade. Spread the word in the community with this flyer. Teens who are not Kulanu students should RSVP to DeborahGoldman@tzahalshalom.org
Save the date!
Sign up details coming soon from METNY!
MENTY Kadima Shabbaton
Shabbat, November 22 - 23
at HERJC on Long Island
Join Jewish 6th-8th graders from across the New York metro area for a Shabbat overnight of fun and friendship. In addition to all the social and communal benefits, enjoying Shabbat with Kadima is an opportunity for teens to earn two of the synagogue attendance credits they need before b'nei mitzvah.

Busing will be available to the event (taking place on Long Island) from Westchester.

This event is a “shul-in.” We’ll be sleeping inside the synagogue in sleeping bags, not staying with host families.

Teens in 8th graders are invited to stay Saturday night, November 22-23 as well for Eighth Grade Experience .

For more information, email metnyusy@uscj.org .
Club 45 Pie Party
Sunday, November 24, 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m
Bet Torah 4th and 5th graders are invited to make pizza pie for and pie for dessert, in honor of Thanksgiving!
RSVP and drop off checks made out to "Bet Torah Youth" in our office by Monday, November 18.
Kadima and USY Broadway Show in NYC
Wednesday, November 27, 5:45 p.m. - 1:15 a.m.
Join Bet Torah Kadima and USY (6th-12th graders) at  Beetlejuice: The Musical  on Broadway!
Travel into NYC by train Loen Amer and other Bet Torah staff and adult chaperones.

$65 for paid  Bet Torah Kadimaniks and USYers ($85 for other teens). Includes show tickets, subway, and dessert on the way home. DOES NOT include train ticket or dinner.
Tickets are first come, first serve. Your TICKET IS NOT SAVED until we get your check in the office made out to "Bet Torah Youth."