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She succeeds Ron Butler, Arizona managing partner for Ernst & Young, who served as chairman since 2015.
Former skinhead Frank Meeink will share his story about how he got involved in America’s Nazi underground movement and how he transformed into an advocate for tolerance, diversity and mutual understanding, at a presentation hosted by Arizona Anti-Defamation League Young Leadership and the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix’s Now Gen, - p.m. 23, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. “What better way for all of us to honor them, and this special community, than the commissioning and welcoming of a new seder Torah? But the parties are twofold: to bring people together and raise money for Temple Chai, according to Erin Wynn, director of youth and family programs. in Talmud and Rabbinics at the Jewish Theological Seminary, will speak about “Idols and Idealizing: The Jewish Encounter with Buddhism” at a Valley Beit Midrash lecture, 7 p.m.
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As a 17-year-old, Frank Meeink was a neo-Nazi skinhead, covered with tattoos that included a swastika on his neck, who hosted his own cable-access show promoting his racist views.
Then, he was arrested for the kidnapping of a rival skinhead and sentenced to three to five years in prison.
Jewish Actresses of Arizona (JAAZ), an all-girls theater group for Jewish girls ages 10 through high school, will present “A Little Princess: The Musical” at p.m. Sunday, March 5, at the John Paul Theater at Phoenix College, 1202 W. Registration is open for a Jewish speed-dating experience sponsored by Our Jewish Generation, Project Jewish Love and Schmooze, to be held Wednesday, March 15, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. Check-in begins at p.m., speed-dating starts at 7 p.m.
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An exhibit that covers three 20th-century genocides is open to the public and runs through April 27 at Scottsdale Community College (SCC).
You won’t find wildflowers, prize-winning roses or neat hedges at the Evanne Copland Kofman Biblical Garden at Congregation Beth Israel.