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Limmud Atlanta + SE is a unique Jewish community: a place where the agenda is set by volunteers for volunteers – by you. LimmudFest is a place where you are encouraged to be creative, take risks: try new things. Everyone teaches and everyone learns. Everyone is responsible for the experience this weekend. You make it happen. That’s why there are no participants or volunteers at LimmudFest: instead, everyone is a volunticipant

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Sunday, September 1 • 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Jewlanta Goes Green: Celebreducating a City's Green Judaism

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Come to this session to help create a network of resources in the Atlanta area that informs and inspires the community on ways to be better stewards of the world and why that's Jewish. We would like to start a conversation about what is happening in our local Eco-Jewish world, how to network these efforts together and "celebreducate" the greater Atlanta community. We are looking for any and all things grassroots, Torah, local, fair trade, organic, kosher or menschy!

Presenters
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Eliana Leader

Experience Imagineer, Jewish Kids Groups
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Myrtle Lewin

Myrtle Lewin has recently retired as a professor of mathematics at Agnes Scott College, and has been involved with environmental work for a long time. She organized the Tu B'Shvat tree planting with Trees Atlanta in Virginia Highlands (Atlanta) in January 2013, and welcomes you to join her in planning an even better one in 2014 as a prelude to the Shmita year. She leads the Greening Group at the Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Contact her at... Read More →


Sunday September 1, 2013 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Lakeside Pavilion