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2021 Essay & Creative Arts Competition
The theme for the 2021 contest, open to all Palm Beach County (public and private) middle and high school students, is ADVOCACY.
Submissions are currently being reviewed. Winning entries will be announced at the end of May, with awards presented at the Fellowship's Annual Meeting in late June.
Click here for winning entries in the 2020 contest.
Friday, November 27
Although we couldn't gather for breakfast in person as in the past, we started the day with a short Zoom to celebrate our tenth annual Fellowship Friday! Attendees joined the Zoom starting at 9:00 am to chat with others in the community and hear inspiring messages from Rabbi Michael Resnick, founder of Fellowship Friday; Board chair Skip Randolph; and event chair Eric Christu.
There were approximately 18 participants at each of the two sites for socially distanced "in person" activities including a beach cleanup at Phipps Ocean Park and working with the dogs at Big Dog Ranch Rescue. Participants received a Fellowship mask and refillable water bottle.
An "at home" project was to write letters of support and encouragement to be included in the "We Care" packages provided by Forgotten Soldiers Outreach for deployed members of the armed forces. Participants were also asked to donate toiletries and treats for the packages. To continue supporting this effort beyond Fellowship Friday, visit https://www.forgottensoldiers.org for a wish list of needed items, letter writing guidelines, or to make a cash donation.
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Palm Beach, Florida 33480
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The Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians & Jews is dedicated to promoting fellowship, understanding, and respect among all religions and cultures; bringing the community together through education, dialogue, and interaction; and addressing issues rooted in intolerance, anti-Semitism, and unjust discrimination.