18 Under 18 Winners

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18 Under 18 Who Bring Jewish Learning to Life honors young people in the Greater MetroWest community who Bring Jewish Learning to Life through meaningful connections between beloved activities, passions or hobbies and Jewish textual sources. This inaugural group was selected by a panel of three judges from among fifty entries because their essays were well-written and deeply tied to relevant Jewish sources.

18 Under 18 Who Bring Jewish Learning to Life was created by The Partnership for Jewish Learning and Life to honor the memory and legacy of Herb and Milly Iris, and to celebrate ten years of generous support from the Herb and Milly Iris Youth and Family Philanthropy Endowment of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest.

 Mazal Tov to our winners!

Please click on their photos to read their winning submissions:

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Cecelia Ashenberg
Grade 8
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

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Julia Balick
Grade 11
Kinnelon High School

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Rina Blumberg
Grade 11
Bruriah High School

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Jacob Colchamiro
Grade 7
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

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Sam Epstein
Grade 9
Randolph High School

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Stacy Fiszer
Grade 10
Morris County School of Technology

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Macy Gimbel
Grade 10
Morris County School of Technology

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Rose Ginsberg
Grade 11
Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School

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Rivki Hook
Grade 10
Bruriah High School

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Emma Joy
Grade 10
Columbia High School

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Quinn Joy
Grade 7
South Orange Middle School

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Daniel Rubin
Grade 11
Whippany Park High School

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Sam Russo
Grade 10
Golda Och Academy

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Alexis Santoro
Grade 9
Cranford High School

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Jason Singer
Grade 7
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

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Sophia  Sinins
Grade 10
Kent Place School

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Devora Slonim
Grade 8
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

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Shoshana Zeiger
Grade 6
Randolph Middle School

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