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SCRAPPY (K-2 Youth Group)

SCRAPPY is Temple Sinai’s youth group for children who are in Kindergarten-2nd grade. SCRAPPY events are a great way to make new friends and continue to build relationships outside of Religious School or Jewish Day School at Temple Sinai! SCRAPPY events are held four times a year on Sundays! Some previous events have included: Super Mentsch Training, Science Extravaganza, Reptile Party and, Silly Olympics.  

CLUB 34 

CLUB 34 is Temple Sinai’s youth group for third and fourth graders. The goal of CLUB 34 is to create a fun, welcoming community for everyone! Club 34 events are a great way to make new friends and continue to build relationships outside of Religious School or Jewish Day School at Temple Sinai. Some previous events have included: Master Chef Junior, Ikea Scavenger Hunt, Mystery Bus Ride (Waffle House & Sky Zone), Lock-In (sleepover at Temple), Slingshot Entertainment, and more.  

CLUB 56 

CLUB 56 is Temple Sinai’s youth group for fifth and sixth graders. The goal of CLUB 56 is to create a fun, welcoming community for everyone and build a strong youth group culture! Club 56 provides a great way to make new friends and continue to build relationships outside of Religious School or Jewish Day School at Temple Sinai. Some previous events have included: Regressive Dinner (dessert first), Main Event, Ice Skating, Slingshot Entertainment, Lock-In (sleepover at Temple), Outside Olympics, and more.

TRIPS

Every year our Temple Sinai 5th and 6th graders embark on a trip to bond with new and old friends, visit historic sites, learn with Temple Sinai staff and clergy, and much more. The trip switches each year between Charleston, SC and Alabama.

During a weekend in Charleston, SC our students explore the vibrant culture and history, visit the founding Reform Jewish Congregation in the US along with other national historic sites.

In Alabama our students learn about the struggles of African Americans to gain eqaulity in the 1950s and 60s as well as discover how Jews were involved in the Civil Rights struggle. We travel to Montgomery, Selma, and Birmingham to visit the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and more.

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