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Home Youth & Teen Grades 9-12: SCRUFY
SCRUFY is Sinai’s youth group for 9th-12th grade students! Sinai Teen programs are generally held once a month.  Past programs have included a mystery event, Blue Jean Shabbat, lock-in, screen on the green, and pool party. Once a month, a teen night is held in the teen room on Wednesday evenings (see Teen Lounge dates below).  Teen programs and activities are organized and promoted by an elected SCRUFY Board. 

SCRUFY Dates
September 28 - Progressive Dinner around Atlanta
October 19- SCRUFY’s 4th Annual JDRF Walk
November 8- Blue Jean Shabbat and Lock-in
December 7- Winter Wonderland
Jan. 24- CJ Spaghetti dinner & lock-in
Feb. 15- PAL Field Day
March 7- Teen Led Shabbat
April 19- Helen Weekend Tubing Trip
May 3- Tie-dye and pizza
June-Pool Party

 


Teen Lounge @ Sinai Dates
Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30pm
September 18
October 23
November 20
December 18
January 8
February 19
March 19
April 30

SCRUFY Board Members 2013-2014
President
Ruby Freeman
Programming Vice President
Sydney Joffre
Social Action Vice President
Noah Newman
Religious & Cultural Vice President
Adam Segal
Membership Vice President
Jordy Frankel
Communications Vice President
Lexie Wolff

NFTY
9th-12th grade students are encouraged to become active in NFTY, the youth arm of the Reform Movement. $30 yearly dues are necessary to participate in these NFTY weekend conventions. Dues support NFTY scholarships, transportation, and excellent programming for our teens.
NFTY conventions or kallot, provide a magical Shabbat experience filled with worship, learning, laughter, and socializing. NFTY weekend events are always centered around a theme such as Israel, Torah, famous Jews and social action; the possibilities are endless!
Registration is required. Please register here.

NFTY Regional Events
August 16-18
LLTI (Leadership Training) – Charleston, SC
November 15-17
Fall Kallah at Temple Beth Tikvah – Atlanta
January 17-20
Winter Regional at Temple Kol Emeth – Atlanta
April 25-27
Spring Kallah – Camp Coleman