East Brunswick AZA & BBG
East Brunswick AZA
East Brunswick AZA welcomes Jewish high school boys in grades 8-12, consisting of members from East Brunswick and its surrounding towns, including South Brunswick, North Brunswick, Monroe, and more! In EBAZA, you will have memorable Jewish experiences, learn leadership skills, and make lifelong friendships. We are always having a great time whether it's playing sports, going to dances, or giving back to the community.EBAZA also has a strong brotherhood concept: the friends you will make in the chapter are not just friends, they are brothers you can turn to about anything. Everyone in EBAZA loves being in our organization, and we always welcome new members. Our meetings are held every other Monday (except during the summer months) at Temple B'nai Shalom in East Brunswick (at the intersection of Fern and Old Stage Roads) from 7:30 – 9:00 P.M. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact the President, Kevin Sperling at our chapter e-mail address, email@example.com. Hope to see you soon! Please also visit our chapter website at www.eastbrunswickaza.com!
East Brunswick BBG
East Brunswick BBG is a Jewish Youth group for girls in the East Brunswick area. We have members from Monroe, East Windsor, South Brunswick, etc. BBG is the component of BBYO for girls. BBG's become connected to their BBG sisters in their chapter, their region and throughout the world. BBG has helped teenage girls build leadership potential and self-improvement, develop a positive Jewish identity and form friendships that last a lifetime. Like AZA, BBG offers teens the opportunity to enjoy social, athletic, community service and Judaic programming. BBG is a place where all Jewish teenage girls can have fun, develop relationships, embrace tradition and community, and find something inside themselves that only the B'nai B'rith Girls can bring out. It is a fantastic organizations that provides unparalleled leadership opportunities. We meet every other Monday from 7:30-9pm at Temple B'nai Shalom in East Brunswick.
For more information about EB BBG please contact the president, Sarah Botzenhart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-690-2448.