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GMJF/IAC Shavuot Community Shabbat Dinner

Please join the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the IAC Florida for a community Shabbat dinner celebrating Shavuot on May 18th. Shabbat dinner will be a dairy meal in the spirit of the holiday. The dinner will take place at Beth Torah and doors open at 7 pm. This is a great family program as there will be entertainment for the children as well. To register, go to or click on the invitation below.

How doe’s team building in Guildford helps?

The success and failure of a business largely depends at the inner teams inside. A team has to working together in a systematic way, each team member working in tandem with others by way of cooperating and helping each other. However, lots of factors like hierarchy, diversity and personal egos come in between hampering the collective efforts of a team.

Most of the business organizations these days recognize the significance of getting a carefully knit, cooperative team and search for Team Building activities that could help them make strong teams. Those team building activities can facilitate healthy relationships, productivity, performance and plenty of other benefits for business teams. We will list the benefits of team building in Guildford and discuss these benefits in detail. Read on.

  1. Brings people together

When team building activities are organized, all of the employees of an organization/team are introduced together no matter their designation and character concerns. Team building in Guildford being carried out in a non-working environment, includes activities that require employees to come together and complete fun and tasty tasks. It's far an incredible platform for team members to think every different as people and not as colleagues. It's far and top fine opportunity for them to confide in each other, share things and increase the closeness of their acquaintance.

  1. Efficiency and productivity

While peoples are brought together and made to perform activity that requires mutual cooperation, they recognize every other properly. They understand each other's strengths and weaknesses well and observe the same inside the operating environment. While the teammates are well acquainted with some other, they could work with greater efficiency and over a time the overall productivity of the employer goes up. Simple team building in Guildford now not handiest carry human beings together but provide a platform for them to work efficiently as a team, working towards a common outcome in a collective manner.

3 Glad human beings

Loss of cooperation and knowledge among team participants is one of the primary motives of attrition in business establishments. Team building in Guildford not most effective improves the expertise among teammates however additionally help them turn out to be exact friends with every different. The activities facilitate happy working surroundings, workings pleasure and in flip lesser attrition prices. Company firms can maintain their personnel happy and intently knit by way of setting up team building activities regularly, at the least once a month.

4 building an office lifestyle

Every company company has its personal workings culture and this tradition is what makes each organization unique. Team building in Guildford helps the teams to construct their personal subculture over time, have their own concept of fun, games and workings. Whilst peoples apprehend every other nicely and realize every deferent’s likes and dislikes, it is feasible for them to together make a contribution towards a strong workplace tradition. This office subculture will bind the employees together, deliver them a collective identity and develop as a business organization. A side from the above cited blessings, team building sports have other blessings like integration of diverse departments, clear definition of roles and responsibilities within teams, advanced conversation and also decision of disputes/variations among employees.

Israel @ 70 Community Wide Musical Event


Lasting Joy. Last Tuesdays. May

Tuesday, May 29, 5:15pm-6:30pm

Chabad Chayil, 2601 NE 211 Ter. Miami, FL 33180

Choose to be happy today! For Men & Women! No charge! Refreshments will be served. Free child supervision at event! Lasting Joy Series is based on Rabbi Pliskin's book: Life is Now! Event will include vegan no-bake secret mango pie making with facilitator Dr. Dolly Aizenman

Link: Lasting Joy club blog

Network Culinary Panel with Zak Stern of Zak the Baker and Della Heiman of the Wynwood Yard

Mingle with young professionals and hear from Zak Stern, Founder and CEO of Zak the Baker, and Della Heiman, Founder of the Wynwood Yard, about how they achieved their business success.

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CHAP Annual Dinner 5778

Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 5:30PM

CHAP Dinner at the James Bond Museum in the new Dezerland Park with a simultaneous Children's Program at the adjoining Ninja Lounge!

Honoring Bruno & Jenny Bloch - Parents of the Year Michael & Yael Cases - Community Leadership Award Avi & Itta Freundlich - Welcome to the Team CHAP cordially invites you to its Annual Dinner

Dezerland Park, 2000 NE 146th St, North Miami, FL 33181 Dinner at James Bond Children's Program at Ninja Lounge

Journal Ads & Reservations at (305) 770-1919 or

Adult $90 / Table $850 Children $18, CHAP Children - Honored Guest $0


Do you miss noshing on delicious food with your friends at a New York Jewish deli? Well, step back in time with Temple Israel as we revisit the sights, sounds, and tastes of the vintage deli scene. Delight in eating classics like corned beef, pastrami, and salami on rye, knishes, pickles and cole slaw, hot pretzels, hot dogs, and more while sipping on an egg cream. Enjoy looking at vintage deli memorabilia on display. Sing along with the Second Avenue Jewish Chorale's Broadway show tunes. Dance the Hora while listening to beloved Jewish music. Enter our drawings for your chance to win OVER $5,000 IN SILENT AUCTION ITEMS AND PRIZES. Special activities for kids. The party begins on Saturday, June 2 at 7 p.m. An RSVP is required at or call (305) 573-5900. $40 for members, $50 for non-members, and $10 for kids under 12. Temple Israel is located at 137 NE 19th Street. Ample free parking. Bring your Bubbe and Zeyde. All are welcome!

JBS-Jewish Broadcasting Service Highlights May 6-May 12 on Atlantic Broadband CH 168, DIRECTV CH 388, Hotwire CH 269, the Roku streaming player, and at

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92Y: Simon Schama - Jews Pt 2

Historian and author Simon Schama discusses part-two of his BBC/PBS television series, "The Story of the Jews," which chronicles Jewish history from the Jews' expulsion from Spain in 1492 through the end of the 19th Century and the birth of early Zionism.
Tonight (Sunday) - 7pm & 1:30am; Monday - 10pm & 4am;Wednesday - 10:30am; Friday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 3pm

Premiere: Time To Say Goodbye

Maximilian Ehrenreich stars as 12-year-old Jewish boy in Hamburg who must deal, on the one hand, with his religiously divided parent's separation and their differing views of God and observance; and on the other, his emerging puberty and the fact that he is madly in love with the new female rabbi (played by Catherine De Lean). A touching comedy directed by Vivian Andereggen. Tonight (Sunday) - 9pm & Midnight; Friday Night - 9pm & 4am

Oslo: 25 years later

On the 25th anniversary of Oslo, a number of people involved in the process share their perspectives on the events of 1993. With Yossi Beilin (Israeli architect of Oslo), Ghaith al-Omari (Palestinian negotiator) and Prof. Hilde Henriksen Waage (Peace Research Institute of Oslo). Monday - 7:30pm & 1am; Wednesday - 1:30pm

L'Chayim: "Oslo" (J.T. Rogers)

J.T. Rogers, whose drama "Oslo" won the Tony for Best Play of 2017, discusses how he chose to portray Israelis and Palestinians in his fictionalized account of the secret meetings in Norway that produced the Oslo Accords. Monday - 9pm & Midnight; Tuesday - 3pm

Oslo: What Went Wrong?

On the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Accords, scholars discuss the various reasons why Oslo failed. With former PLO negotiator Hiba Husseini, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Kurtzer, and Prof Avraham Sela of Hebrew University. Tuesday - 7:30pm & 1am; Thursday - 1:30pm

Is Oslo Still Relevant?

On Oslo's 25th anniversary, scholars discuss the lessons learned from the failed Oslo Accords and Gilead Sher describes his personal experiences as a negotiator between Israelis and Palestinians and how the 2-state solution is still possible. (March 2018) Wednesday - 7:30pm & 1am; Friday - 1:30pm

L'Chayim: Yossi Beilin One of Israel's most creative career diplomats, Yossi Beilin (the architect of the Oslo Peace Process and Accords), discusses his participation in the Six Day War and the Yom Kippur War; and explains the rise and fall of Oslo. With Mark S. Golub. Wednesday - 9pm & Midnight; Thursday - 3pm

In The News: Netanyahu Exposes Iran

Patrick Clawson, Director of the "Iran Security Initiative" of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, analyzes the information presented by Prime Minister Netanyahu regarding Iran's violations of the Iran Nuclear Agreement. This Morning (Sunday) - 8:30am & 5:30pm

J Post Conversation: Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick, Senior Contributing Editor of the Jerusalem Post, discusses the issues which she considers to be the biggest challenges facing Israel today. At the 2018 Jerusalem Conference in New York City. Tonight (Sunday) - 11:30pm & 3:30am; Monday - 8:30am & Noon

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel

NA'AMAT USA, "OR" and 'MAZAL CHAPTERS celebrates Israel@70

NA'AMAT USA, OR and MAZEL CHAPTERS celebrate Israel's 70th with an extraordinary event in Miami at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, Tuesday evening, May 15 at 6 pm by sponsoring an Israel Art exhibit and Silent Auction, as well as honoring a distinguished Woman of Valor whose love for Israel has made her a devoted member of NA'AMAT OR chapter - JULIA GOLDBERG.

Chellie Goldwater Wilensky, NA'AMAT USA National President, will be the guest speaker at this event. Wilensky has just returned from Israel and will bring the latest news from the organization in Israel. Elected in 2017, she ha been active since she helped found a chapter in Chicago in 1974 and was its first president. An energetic and dynamic speaker this will be her first appearance in S. Florida.

Co-chairs for the gala event are Matilde Behar, Raquel Rub, and Anabel Peicher. Reservations for the dinner and art event are $100 per person and are being received at 305-965-4779, and 786-493-3312, or by email;

Artists are invited to create Art relating to the theme; THE PEOPLE OF THE BOOK - A CELEBRATION OF ISRAEL'S 70TH. Delivery of completed Art work on May 15, 2018 9 am-noon to Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, 20400 NE 30 Ave, N. Miami Beach, Fl. 33180. For art categories, sizes, etc. and questions contact Anabel at 954-593-1793. All entries must be entered in advance as .jpg digital format at 300 dpi via email to NAAMATOR@YAHOO.COM. ON THE SUBJECT, WRITE ISRAEL'S 70TH ART EXTRAVAGANZA.

NA'AMAT USA is a non-profit volunteer organization that partners with NA'AMAT ISRAEL to provide vital educational and social services for women, children and families in need in Israel.

Israel at 70 Mission Participants: 6 Ways to Bring Your Mission Experience Home

It was an incredible week celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday with 825 Miamians in the country we all consider our spiritual home. Here are six ways to bring the experience with you.

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