Community Corner

The Davis Academy is pleased to post items of interest from our greater community.  Please submit items to Karen Rogow at krogow@davisacademy.org

To find all Jewish events in Atlanta,
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The Great Big Challah Bake

Feeling the dough between your fingers as you knead it just so. Seeing how it rises, takes a form, takes a shape (of sorts). Hearing the blessings spoken, so loud and so clear. Smelling the scent that beckons in Shabbat and embraces us whole. Tasting the bread of our people, our nation, our day. And smiling because you know the whole world is in it together.

Please bring canned items to help feed the hungry in our community - soup, vegerables, tuna fish, peanut butter etc. The items will be collected as you enter the Challah Bake. 

RSVP to: jwcrsvp@gmail.com. If you would like to volunteer, please click here to sign up.

October 25th | 7:00pm |$18 to participate| atlanta.theshabbosprojectusa.org | Location: MJCCA

The Weber School Presents Clue,The Musical

All shows will be performed at The Weber School. Click here to reserve a seat!

October 25th at  7:00pm | October 27th at  8:00pm | October 28th at 4:00pm | October 30th at  7:00pm

ORTBuy

ORT Atlanta's Online Auction Fundraiser (Over 300 name brand gift certificates, restaurants, hotels, services, exotic trips and more!)

November 8-18,2018

www.BiddingForGood.com/ORTBuy

2019 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Applications are Open

Students in grades five-twelve are invited to apply for the 2019 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards if they have made meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer service within the past twelve months. Applications can be found here and are due by November 6, 2018.     

MJCCA Club J After School Program

Registration for 2018-2019 school year is open. Visit atlantajcc.org/afterschool for more details.

Anne Frank in the World Exhibit

For exhibit volunteer opportunities, please apply online at: https://holocaust.georgia.gov/volunteer

 5920 Roswell Road NE A-209, Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Mitzvah Planning with Visit Sandy Springs

Visit Sandy Springs can help! Our Knowledgeable staff is here to help simplify the planning process, so you can stress less and celebrate more. We offer complimentary services in Sandy Springs that include assistance with selecting the perfect hotel and securing a room block, help finding a unique event space reccomendations on local transportation, welcome bags for your out-of-town guests and customized itineraries for your group. As your local support team, we know all the ins, outs and in-betweens of planning an incredible simcha in Sandy Springs! Ready to chat, or just starting to dream? Contact Amy Metzler at 770-206-1552 or amy.metzler@visitsandyspringsga.org. 

Mitzvah Planning with the CVBD

The Convention & Visitors Bureau of Dunwoody is here to help locate available hotels, negotiate room rates, assist with selecting event space, find Deejays and other needed services, coordinate itineraries for out of town family and guests, help line up transportation, and provide welcome bags for those needing overnight accommodations.  The best part? It's all complimentary! Just above Atlanta, Dunwoody knows how to take your child's Bar/Bat Mitzvah beyond memorable.  Contact Sarah Steadman to begin planning:  SarahS@CVBDunwoody.com; 678-244-9803.

When your child is out, the MJCCA is IN!

The Marcus Jewish Community Center offers a variety of exciting, engaging, and safe activities for children during school holidays and teacher work days.  This program is open to members and non-members; separate rates apply.  After-care is available for an additional fee.  For more information and to register online click here: www.atlantajcc.org/schoolsout. For questions, please contact Mackenzie Sherman at (678) 812-4174.

Lower School

770.671.0085

 

Middle School

770.804.9191

 

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