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ORT America 32nd Annual Chanukah Brunch

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Celebrating 90 Years of ORT in America!


This year we’re proud to Honor ANN SPICER, a Holocaust survivor and an ORT supporter for over 40 years who will share inspirational stories about her life; Next Generation Award recipient DEENA EBERLY, Chair of ORT America’s Next Generation in Los Angeles and an inspiration for young leaders everywhere; Keynote Speaker DAVID SUISSA, President of Tribe Media/Jewish Journal, whom Rabbi Shmuley Boteach called Suissa “one of the world’s leading ethical voices;” and a special performance by MARRINA, Award-winning concert pianist/recording artist/composer/conductor.


Sunday, December 9, 2012, 11:00 a.m. at the Beverly Hills Hotel.


To purchase tickets, tribute journal ads, sponsorship packages and for more information, please call 323.966.0092 or email western@ORTamerica.org


ORT, the largest Jewish educational organization in the world, provides advanced education to over 300,000 people in 61 countries, including Israel, The Baltic and Commonwealth of Independent States, Latin America and the United States.


ORT's Western Region belongs to a network of regions throughout the United States and supports the Los Angeles ORT College locally as well as projects and programs globally. In a time when finding work in a student’s studied field is becoming more difficult, Los Angeles ORT College is proud to have an 89% job placement rate locally. From computer and medical technology to English as a Second Language (ESL), each career program includes employment preparation and coaching to assist students with succeeding outside the classroom.


ORT provides the means for anyone, regardless of resources, to obtain an education. ORT’s programs touch hundreds of thousands of lives and impact not only individuals but entire communities. This year ORT celebrates 90 years in America and 132 years internationally.


http://www.ortamerica.org/site/Calendar/1898784012?view=Detail&id=141641


 


 

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