CAJE offers Yom Limmud 2010 for teens

Yom Limmud: A Day of Discovery for Jewish Teens will be held from 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 21. Yom Limmud is a fun day of exploration and discovery for Jewish teens in grades 8-12.

Participants will have a bagel nosh and choose two from 22 workshop selections including: Safe Surfing; Jewish Rockers & Rappers; Can Madonna be Jewish?; YouTube and the Jewish You; Jews in Sports & Competition; Jews, Booze & Tatoos, among others. Presenters consist of community rabbis, youth directors, local and out-of-town professionals and congregational staff.

Yom Limmud attracts over 200 Jewish teenagers from throughout the Jewish community and is sponsored by the St. Louis Jewish Youth Professionals Council, the Jewish Educators Council, local BBYO, NCSY, NFTY and USY chapters as well as the Central Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE). Yom Limmud 2010 will be held at Solomon Schechter Day School, 348 S. Mason Road in Creve Coeur and is free with advanced registration, or $8 at the door. Complete program information and registration forms can be found at or contact Program Coordinator, Maxine Weil at 314-442-3757.