Joy over lead­ing role

The Jewish Chronicle - - Community -

MANCH­ESTER RE­FORM Syn­a­gogue has ap­pointed Frankie Stubbs as youth leader.

The 20-year-old stu­dent will be work­ing with youngsters at the Jack­son’s Row com­mu­nity for at least 12 months. “There are plenty of events hap­pen­ing through­out the year and I can’t wait to get every­one in­volved,” she said.

Miss Stubbs was raised in Southport and has been a youth leader with RSY Net­zer, or­gan­is­ing sum­mer camps and week­end events. She is cur­rently in her sec­ond year of a youth stud­ies de­gree at Not­ting­ham Trent Uni­ver­sity.

Shul pres­i­dent Danny Sav­age said: “We are pleased to have Frankie join us. She played a large part in or­gan­is­ing the chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties at our re­cent Hart­ing­ton fam­ily week­end. The chil­dren had a won­der­ful time un­der her guid­ance.”

Jack­son’s Row has a mem­ber­ship of 450 house­holds with around 200 un­der-18 year olds. It has been without a youth leader for some time.

Work­ing for Re­form: Frankie Stubbs

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