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Adult Mitzvah Corps song session

This is a photograph of Adult Mitzvah Corps volunteers enjoying a song session at the Union for Reform Judaismís Henry S. Jacobs Camp. In July 2006, the Adult Mitzvah Corps traveled to Jackson, MS to help those in need, spending the holiday week volunteering in one of the poorest areas of the country impacted by recent hurricanes. The program included daily volunteer work in the Jackson area, Reform style worship throughout the week, and adult Jewish study. This photograph is from the website of...

Adult Mitzvah Corps Volunteers in Treme

This is a photograph of Adult Mitzvah Corps volunteers in Treme, New Orleans. In July 2006, the Adult Mitzvah Corps traveled to Jackson, MS to help those in need, spending the holiday week volunteering in one of the poorest areas of the country impacted by recent hurricanes. The program included daily volunteer work in the Jackson area, Reform style worship throughout the week, and adult Jewish study. This photograph is from the website of the Union for Reform Judaism, http://urj.org.

petting a horse at Greene Family Camp shelter

This is a photograph of children petting a horse at the Union of Reform Judaismís Greene Family Camp. During Hurricane Rita, the camp was temporarily turned into a shelter for evacuees. Over four hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, stayed at the camp. This picture is from the website of the Greene Family Camp, http://greene.urjcamps.org/.

eating popsicles at Greene Family Camp shelter

This is a photograph of children eating popsicles after dinner at the Union of Reform Judaismís Greene Family Camp. During Hurricane Rita, the camp was temporarily turned into a shelter for evacuees. Over four hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, stayed at the camp. This picture is from the website of the Greene Family Camp, http://greene.urjcamps.org/.

playing Operation at the Greene Family Camp shelter

This is a photograph of children playing Operation at the Union of Reform Judaismís Greene Family Camp. During Hurricane Rita, the camp was temporarily turned into a shelter for evacuees. Over four hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, stayed at the camp. This picture is from the website of the Greene Family Camp, http://greene.urjcamps.org/.