Winnipeg Jewish Review  
Site Search:
Home  |  Archives  |  Contact Us
 
Features Local Israel Next Generation Arts/Op-Eds Editorial/Letters Links Obituary/In Memoriam


 
EVERYONE IS INVITED TO GROW WINNIPEG'S BARBEQUE PICNIC SUN. JUNE 12 NOON ASPER CAMPUS

by Dalia Spiro

Immigration promotion is one of the major strategies undertaken through the GrowWinnipeg Initiative of the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg in order to increase the Jewish population of Winnipeg.

The focus of the community investment is on facilitating access to this immigration system and then welcoming and integrating the  newly arrived Jews into our community.

We’ve received more than 2000 families from different countries such as ike Argentina, México, Bolivia, Uruguay, Brazil, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, South Africa, Moldova, Germany, Venezuela, US, etc.

We are continuing our work towards a vibrant Winnipeg Jewish Community.

On June 12 we will celebrate our growing community and welcome new families.

Please join us in the Garden at the  Asper Jewish Community Campus on Sunday June 12, 2011, for  our Barbeque. There is no charge and there are prizes!

Rain out alternative: MultiPurpose Room

 
<<Previous Article       Next Article >>
Subscribe to the Winnipeg Jewish Review
  • Limmud Winnipeg Inc.
  • Jewish Federation of Winnipeg
  • Gray Academy
  • Jewish Child and Family Service
  • Bridges for Peace
  • Coughlin Insurance
  • Joyce Rykiss
  • Munroe Pharmacy
  • Imperial Soap
  • Nick's Inn
  • Roseman Corp.
  • TD Canada Trust
  • Maric Homes
  • Artista Homes
  • Southwynn Homes
  • Tradesman Mechanical
  • Taverna Rodos
  • Accurate Lawn & Garden
  • Fetching Style
  • West Kildonan Auto Service
  • Kristina's Fine Greek Cuisine
  • Nikos
  • Sarel Canada
  • Santa Lucia Pizza
  • Center for Near East Policy Research
  • Roofco Winnipeg Roofing
  • Center for Near East Policy Research
  • Nachum Bedein
Rhonda Spivak, Editor

Publisher: Spivak's Jewish Review Ltd.


Opinions expressed in letters to the editor or articles by contributing writers are not necessarily endorsed by Winnipeg Jewish Review.