Fruit of the Vine Program with Rabbi Robert Kahn
Wednesday, July 26, 7:00pm

 

Rabbi Robert Kahn, who is the son of longtime members Judith and Garry Kahn, and grew up at Neveh Shalom, will be sharing the presentation: From the Gaga Pit at CSS  to the Holy City of Jerusalem; An informal and educational journey.

Rabbi Rob Kahn grew up in Portland, Oregon as part of the Congregation Neveh Shalom kehilla. He spent many years at Camp Solomon Schechter – from camper to Camp Director. After earning his B.A. degree from Brandeis University, Rabbi Kahn went to Rabbinical School at the Jewish Theological Seminary and then became the Congregational Rabbi at Beth El Synagogue in Minneapolis for 15 years. In 2008, he made Aliyah with his family and settled in Jerusalem. He began as the Education Director at Young Judaea Year Course, and is currently a freelance tour guide and director of Israel programs for the Golda Och Academy in West Orange, NJ. Rob is the son of longtime Neveh Shalom members Judith and Garry Kahn.

* Over the years young Portlanders have moved on and established a name for themselves in a wide variety of fields. This series will bring some of them back to Portland to share their insights in their respective areas.

Open to everyone – $5 suggested donation
For more info, please contact: Sylvia Frankel, frankel@lclark.edu

Co-sponsored by Congregation Neveh Shalom and The Institute for Judaic Studies

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