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Wisconsin responds to Chicago riders

After the Chicago Chaiway Riders put a call out for Wisconsin motorcycle riders in the February edition of the Chronicle, about 10 people made contact with the group and expressed interest in starting a Wisconsin riding club, according to organizers. Efforts are underway.

Also, Wisconsin resident Jim Salinsky made contact, representing a group that includes Jewish Wisconsin riders.

“Jewish riders in Milwaukee are quite prevalent and active,” he said. “Perhaps we can broker a truce greater than that of the Middle East – between Packers and Bears fans.”

For more information, contact Adam Bezark of the Chicago Chaiway Riders at 847-636-1070 or Bezeeebear@Gmail.com.

Preschool offers professional development

Mequon Jewish Preschool is offering professional development for educators, parents and community members – an evening with Paola Strozzi, an experienced Pedagogista from Reggio Emilia, Italy.

MJP, along with Dr. Naama Zoran, is presenting the opportunity in honor of Loris Malaguzzi’s 100th birthday. Malaguzzi founded the Reggio Emilia approach to early education.

The event will be held at the Peltz Center for Jewish Life, 2233 N. Mequon Road, Mequon, on March 19, 2020, from 6:30-9:30 p.m.  The cost is $36 per individual. 

Contact Rivkie at 262-242-KIDS (5437) or email RSpalter.Mjp@Gmail.com

Jewish Experience of Madison golf outing

Jewish Experience of Madison’s ninth annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at the River Club in Mequon. For more information, contact Rabbi Rocky Anton at 414-708-6353.

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