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Daffodil Dash- March 25

Get your running shoes on and compete in this race in Brook Run Park in Dunwoody on Sunday, March 25.  Registration begins at 8am and the race begins at 9am. 

The Daffodil Dash is a 5K/1mile run/walk in memory of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust and in support for children who continue to suffer in the face of humanitarian crises in the world today. This race is organized by Am Yisrael Chai and the Am Yisrael Chai Teen Initiative, where teens are empowered to remember the past and reach for the future. Your support helps create the worldwide Living Holocaust memorial as we aspire to plant 1.5 million daffodils in memory of the children. Funds raised support Holocaust education and awareness, as well as “Kids for Kids”, "Raising South Sudan", and "Agahozo Shalom",  organizations helping children and families in remote villages in Darfur, South Sudan and Rwanda. The race also supports the Atlanta Holocaust Survivor Fund that provides medical, dental and home care for Atlanta survivors. The purpose of this race is to bring together members of the community with a focus on Remembering the Past and Reaching for the Future by promoting Peace and Tolerance. This race is being organized as part of Genocide Prevention and Awareness month in Georgia.

Details and registration can be found at

East Cobb Interfaith Gathering--April 29th 

Keeping the feeling of the Ecumenical Thanksgiving Celebration alive throughout the year by attending the next East Cobb Interfaith Gathering.  The quarterly interfaith event gives a taste of different ways of worship and tenets of the Faith of the host community together with music, chants and prayers--followed by a reception and social time.  Many of the attendees are participants of the Ecumenical Thanksgiving Celebration.

The next gathering will be Sunday, April 29th from 4:00-6:00 pm at the Baha'i Center, 2061 Sandy Plains Road, just north of East Piedmont, about 5 minutes from TKE.  There is no cost to attend and casual dress is welcome.

Birthright Trips from Atlanta-  Summer 2018

Never been to Israel?  It's time to go!

Two upcoming Atlanta Birthright Israel trips are coming up on May 6-17 and July 8-19.  Both options are specifically crafted for young professionals living in Atlanta between the ages of 22-26.  Participants may start their Birthright Israel app by going to, clicking on "find a trip" in the top menu bar, and selecting the departure city as "Atlanta" in the search filters.

Sat, March 24 2018 8 Nisan 5778