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Rabbinical Assembly Mission to New Orleans 2

A speaker at the Rabbinical Assembly Mission to New Orleans. Thirty-five Conservative rabbis traveled to New Orleans at the end of January 2007 for the event.

Rabbinical Assembly Mission to New Orleans 1

This photo shows Rabbi Jason Miller with Daniel Schweber, another volunteer. Both were part of of the Rabbinical Assembly Mission to New Orleans, for which thirty-five Conservative rabbis traveled to New Orleans at the end of January 2007.

Rabbi Jason Miller's E-Newsletter Column

This is a column written by Rabbi Jason Miller for an e-Newsletter that was sent to his membership. At the end of January 2007, Rabbi Miller traveled to New Orleans with 34 other Conservative rabbis for a Rabbinical Assembly Mission. Rabbi Jason Miller is originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan. He lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and three children. He is the rabbi of Congregation Agudas Achim, a dynamic Conservative synagogue in Columbus.

Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta Volunteer Coordination

This document gives information and instructions for Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) of Atlanta Volunteer Coordination of Hurricane Katrina Relief, as of September 12, 2005.

The Gatchell Home and Hurricane Katrina

This story, titled "The Gatchell Home and Hurricane Katrina... as one door closes..." appeared in the Fall 2005 "Tools for Living," a publication of Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta. This story describes how evacuees of Katrina in Atlanta were able to benefit (in the form of beds and other household items, for example) from the closing of the Gatchell Home, a 24-hour care facility for people with developmental and physical disbilities.