IC 2020 is being held in an incredible city within an even greater state. IC has been held in Dallas before, but this one seems a bit different. For starters it is being held at a brand new location and two members of the 95th Grand Board -- Kian Roy and Ethan Freed -- are ready to host our movement in their hometown. This experience will be meaningful for both of them but also for the entire region of North Texas Oklahoma and the greater Dallas Jewish community.
Hosting IC in our region is a demanding task however, NTO is ready to take it on. The Dallas Jewish community is extremely vibrant and committed to strengthening the Jewish world. What is truly special about the community is the amount of BBYO alumni who are willing and excited to lend a helping hand. Volunteers from around the city will be able to contribute by hosting international teens or supporting BBYO over the course of our weekend at convention. The Dallas teens, alumni, and families are extremely excited and ready to welcome thousands of Jewish teens with open arms.
Dallas is an amazing city filled with culture, passion, history, and attractions. From the beautiful zoo and aquarium to the home of America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys. Plus the endless and top notch food options. Dallas is a welcoming city unmatched in its personality and charm.
With such a dedicated and passionate group of teens and staff the sky’s the limit for IC 2020 in Dallas. This President’s Day weekend will stand out in people’s minds for years to come because of all of the amazing speakers, excursions, performers, and surprises in store. International Convention 2020 will be an experience like no other and I can’t wait to see you in my hometown!
Benjamin is an Aleph from Eamonn Lacey AZA #1872 in North Texas Oklahoma Region who is currently serving as Regional Mazkir.
All views expressed on content written for The Shofar represent the opinions and thoughts of the individual authors. The author biography represents the author at the time in which they were in BBYO.
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