Beth Sholom USY/Kadima

Do you live in San Francisco? Are you in middle school or high school? Are you interested in Jewish culture, learning, relationships and so much more?

This is the place for you! Come check us out!

Operating as usual

[05/19/13]   Are you ready for today? See you at sea bowl Pacifica for our bowling championship

[04/11/13]   Are you ready for Yom Haatzmaut?! see you on sunday at 5 pm for art, food and 'travel'!

[03/03/13]   Watching Real Steel with Eli, Reuben and Ben. Shavua tov with Kadima Movie Night. Great way to start my week.

[12/27/12]   Stonestown Scavenger Hunt is coming up fast!!!!
Join us on January 13, 2013 at 2:00pm in front of Stonestown Mall.
Some new friends from Sherith Israel will be joining us...
and the winning team will receive a prize!

Can't wait to see you all there :)

09/12/2012

Dip Your Apple - Fountainheads Rosh Hashanah

Shana tovah from Beth Sholom!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlcxEDy-lr0&feature=related

Download this song! http://foheads.com/music.php A Rosh Hashanah musical parody by The Ein Prat Fountainheads from the Ein Prat Academy, Israel http://fohead...

Location

Address


301 14th Ave
San Francisco, CA
94118
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