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The Bat Mitzvah Club: For A Unique Time In A Girl’s Life


Bat mitzvah girls enjoy a full range of exciting events surrounding this important milestone.

Bat mitzvah girls enjoy a full range of exciting events surrounding this important milestone.

The Bat Mitzvah Club is designed for Jewish girls as they approach their bat mitzvah birthday. A Jewish girl’s bat mitzvah birthday reflects a major turning point in her life and this club emphasizes that a bat mitzvah is a process, not a self-contained event that transpires in one day.

The Chabad South Broward Bat Mitzvah Club is for girls ages eleven through thirteen. The club’s focus is to challenge and stimulate the members, encourage the girls to learn more about this unique time in their lives, and help them gain new perspectives on their positions as females, as adults, and as Jews.

Bat Mitzvah Club meetings are every other Wednesday evening at Chabad of South Broward Headquarters, 1295 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. The cost for the entire year is $325.

Members enjoy a combination of learning and fun through regular meetings, special programs and hands-on activities and projects! As they share interests, goals and experiences, club members develop a sense of unity and friendship with other Jewish girls their age. They learn about the positive contributions they can make to themselves, their families, and the Jewish community at large.

These girls will face the future as committed, knowledgeable and confident Jewish women who are proud of their unique identities. Aside from continuing a vibrant heritage from the past, they will form a new generation of leaders and active participants in the Jewish community.

The Bat Mitzvah Club truly represents a worthwhile investment. The club is run by Rabbi and Mrs. Levi and Dassy Tennenhaus.

Contact Rabbi Levi at 954 558-7005 for more information or log on to Bat Mitzvah Club at link@Hallandalehebrewclub.com.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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