• We’ll See YOU in the Windy City! #NFTYConvention 2017

    NFTY Convention is a one of a kind experience – bringing together more than 1,000 Reform Jewish teens from across North America. Come join us and be part of something bigger (it’s NFTY’s biggest event!), experience shaping a Movement, and have a great time.


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  • Meet our new Regional Director

    We are delighted to share with you that URJ Camp Coleman and NFTY SAR together have hired Adam Griff to join our team. Adam will be serving as the Regional Director for NFTY’s Southern Area Region and working with URJ Camp Coleman’s Machon program. In his role as Regional Director for NFTY SAR, Adam will continue the work of collaborating with teens, youth professionals and congregations to organize NFTY events.


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  • Regional Board 2016-2017 Election Packets Now Available

    Wow! What a semester it has been already! Believe it or not, Winter Regional is right around the corner and with Winter comes Regional Board Elections. The Regional Board and I are so excited about all of the enthusiasm we have heard from so many who are passionate about leading our region forward. The first


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  • Observing Memorial Day the URJ Camp Way

    When some people think of Memorial Day they think of beaches, barbecues, and mattress sales. Others think of the men and women who lost their lives in service of this great country. And still others think of the memory of Jenny Rosenthal.


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  • NFTY-SAR: Never Forget These Years

    How can you sum up all the feelings that you have about NFTY? I find that to be an impossible task. To put four years of experiences into a 90 second speech was something I knew I could not do. Each year, I would watch the seniors at Spring Kallah as they would give their final senior speeches, most of the time not being able to get their words out because they were crying so hard.


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  • L’Taken: Justice for All

    Everyday I go to school and say the Pledge of Allegiance. Every time I say it the last 3 words stick out to me the most. Those three words are “justice for all”. How is it justice for all when people with disabilities still lag behind in the National Average for having a complete education?


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