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Youth Organizations

Beth El has three youth groups, beginning in fourth grade. Each of these groups hold multiples events throughout the school year. Some examples of past events are: Havdalah and Movie Night, BEFTY goes Ice Skating, Mezuzah-Making Madness, and BEFTY Cutthroat Kitchen Shul-In.

  • Club 45 (4th and 5th graders)
  • Club 67 (6th and 7th graders)
  • BEFTY (8th – 12th grades)

BEFTY is a member of NFTY-MAR, the Mid-Atlantic Region of the North American Federation of Temple Youth. For information on our Youth Groups, please contact the Religious School office at [email protected]



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