TribeFest The Road to Vegas

From One Desert to Another

It starts with 1200 Jews congregating in the desert, brought together by the JFNA (Jewish federations of North America) for a weekend of learning, fun and (what we do best) debate.

 

This isn’t meant to be a report, or my account of what happened at Tribefest 2011 in Las Vegas. It is more of a call for help. Because I need your help! In spite of my original intentions for going to Tribefest this year, I came out more excited and more enthused to be Jewish. I mingled, schmoozed, and noshed with over one thousand other young Jews who, aside from being Jewish have quite a bit in common. Mostly, we LOVE being Jewish!

 

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Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) interviewed by Y-Love at TribeFest

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Tribal Call

My pre-TribeFest blog is at http://tachlis.wordpress.com/2011/03/05/tribal-call/.

- Jackie M., Orange County

San Diego Contingency

Who’s going from San Diego? - Lisa Lieb

via one of our TribeFest partners, Repair the World:
repairtheworld:

Here’s our brand new D.I.Y. volunteerism campaign poster, fresh off the presses. We’re giving free copies away to the next 10 people to share this with their followers. We’ll announce winners and how you can send us your address once we reach 10 shares. Stay tuned!

via one of our TribeFest partners, Repair the World:

repairtheworld:

Here’s our brand new D.I.Y. volunteerism campaign poster, fresh off the presses. We’re giving free copies away to the next 10 people to share this with their followers. We’ll announce winners and how you can send us your address once we reach 10 shares. Stay tuned!

Source : repairtheworld

Excited!

I’m excited to attend TribeFest because it will be my very first out-of-town Jewish experience! Can’t wait to spend time in Vegas with some awesome new friends and get inspired :)

- Elizabeth

(From the Submit page)