Click a city within Arizona from the list below or scroll to the left to view profiles of Jewish singles directly.About 40 families attended PJ Library of Phoenix’s first family camp held April 28-30 at Camp Daisy & Harry Stein in Prescott." src=" Click here to go to Website - They offer a variety of activities including but not limited to happy hour, house parties, movies & dinners.
“Choices: The True Story of One Family’s Daring Escape to Freedom” was written by local author Judy Egett (J. resize=250,387" style="width: 250px" / Judy Egett (J.
resize=390,203" style="width: 390px" / BBYO teens participate in J-Serve, a day of community service." src="
resize=200,150" style="width: 200px" / In an effort to build a Jewish teen community across the Valley, Jewish News and The League present Teen Scene, featuring monthly content devoted to teen programming.
A little advance planning can go a long way as you prepare to create a lifetime of special memories.
Check out these Phoenix date ideas: • Harvest your Supper - Take a ride out to Schnepf Farm for a laidback day of wandering amidst the fields and flowers to hand pick fresh, seasonal, organic fruits and veggies.