This fundraiser for CAI’s Esther B. Feldman Preschool/Kindergarten will be an evening of excitement and entertainment. Fun-filled & for adults only, the evening includes: casino gambling (for fun & entertainment), hors d’oeuvres & dessert, a cash bar, live music & dancing, and raffle prizes (a Canyon Ranch Spa Retreat, a Rocky Point Vacation Getaway, an Autographed UofA Basketball and Tickets to a PAC-12 Game, and much more). Cocktail attire requested.
All kids 3rd – 12th Grades are invited to learn about CAI’s exciting youth programs. Step up & experience the next level. Whether USY is new to you or you’re in Kadima moving to Junior USY, or Junior USY moving to Senior USY, this is going to be fun! Enjoy pizza & age-based experiential activities & stations. Plus: Senior USY advisors will lead attendees in the human “hamster ball” & “Capture the Flag.” It’s all free, but we ask that you RSVP to Rabbi Ruven Barkan by Apr. 14.
Where are you taking your family for your last bit of hametz before Passover? Meet us at Sweet Tomatoes (6202 E. Broadway at Wilmot) for Fun-Raiser Night! Sweet Tomatoes will donate 15% of sales generated by Congregation Anshei Israel when diners present a special flyer. Flyers are available in CAI’s administrative office and on our website www.caiaz.org. Each flyer is good for everyone in your party … bring your friends and family! (Certain restrictions apply.)
Please join us in honoring Kathryn Unger for her community leadership, and more than two decades of support for JFCS of Southern Arizona.
With a passion for “Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world) and “Tzedakah” (acts of kindness and justice), Kathy has selflessly dedicated her time and energy to support Jewish organizations, and the under-served diverse populations of our community. She is the Past Chair of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Board of Directors, and has served on the Boards of Directors of JFCS of Southern Arizona and the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona.
The speaker for the event is CNN analyst and author David Gregory, a sought-after speaker on politics, world affairs, and now faith since the release of his book “How’s Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey.” Over the last 25 years, David Gregory’s career in journalism has taken him across the country and around the world. He is a CNN political analyst, and host of his podcast which features interviews with newsmakers and thought leaders. During his 20 years at NBC News, David served as the moderator of Meet the Press for six years, and was chief White House correspondent during the presidency of George W. Bush. In his book, David writes about his life and quest to deepen his faith.
The emcee is Stella Inger, an Anchor with KGUN 9 in Tucson.
Event steering committee members include:
Barbara Befferman Danes
Heather Caine, Chair
Betty Anne Sarver