Joy over leading role
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