The latest happenings at ORT America.
Please patronize Barnes & Noble and our gift wrap for your holiday gifts!
They have great gifts and we do a great job wrapping!
Your fundraising efforts will enable over 300,000 students in over 50 countries to continue to receive valuable educations which they otherwise would not be able to obtain. ORT Works!
Volunteers are also needed.
We need you! Please volunteer your time to make this effort a success!
If you cannot work the 4 hour time slots indicated, please call and volunteer for the times you are available. All help is welcome and needed. Also, those who need a ride or can provide a ride, please let Marilyn Rubin know.
Join us for a joint meeting with the sisterhood of Congregation Beth-El/Ner Tamid.
Our guest speaker Bill Coleman will speak about the The Pope and Mussalini.
Guests are welcome!
Let’s welcome two thousand eighteen
At a new luncheon scene
With soups or salads and sandwiches too
We’ll share all the news both old and new.
Please contact Betty by Tuesday, December 26, 2017 to make your reservation.
A behind-the scenes look at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival & sneak peek at an expert’s top picks.
Monday, January 8, 2018
6:45pm – Registration
7:00pm – Pizza & Salads
7:30pm – Film Clips from Bob’s picks
For directions, click here.
Family & Friends are invited to join in the Fun. Door Prizes & Refreshments.
Seating is Limited; reserve your space today.
Bob Bahr serves on the film selection committee of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival and frequently introduces films. His “Best Bets” event introduces each year’s festival programming. Bob was an award winning reporter and producer for CBS News and CNN’s Documentary Unit; he directed and produced the feature length documentary, The Reagan Years, for MGM.
Bob lectures regularly on film and popular culture in the Atlanta Jewish community and at Emory University. His course “In Search of Three Jews: Woody Allen, Sidney Lumet, and Steven Spielberg At The Movies” runs for 10 weeks at the Marcus Jewish Community Center beginning January 10. His “Movies, Music and Spirit – The Southern Roots of an American Revolution” starts February 22 for 6 weeks at The Temple.
Featuring Guest Speakers:
Marc S. Miller
Executive Managing Director, MHP Real Estate Services
Ed Bosco, PE, LEED
Managing Principal of ME Engineers, New York office
James S. Cohen, P.E.
Senior Vice President, Thornton Tomasetti
ORT Members and significant others invited.
Free Admission | Free Parking
Everything you need for Mitzvahs and Special Occassion
Plan your party in one day – from one location
Click here for List of Participating Exhibitors
New Exhibitors Welcome
CALL NOW WITH EXHIBITOR INQUIRIES
Download exhibitor contract here.
For more information, please contact Barbara Statland at 847.291.0475 or