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Thursday, February 20, 2020

TABC’s delegation won first place in the annual JUMP competition, NCSY’s National Leadership Program that trains and empowers high school students from all over the United States to become leaders. Teams from 14 different schools were challenged to identify a problem facing Jewish teens and propose and implement an initiative to solve it. TABC seniors Ari Needle, Dovi Lederer and Akiva Prager, guided by their mentor Rabbi Dovid Einhorn, presented iKeep—an initiative to raise the level of Shabbat observance in our community—and won $350 in seed money to move forward with its implementation.