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Russian Event: Olympics, Doping, Anti-Semitism and Betrayal
This event will be held in Russian.
Learn the truth about professional sports from a member of the Russian National Team, Ilya Khinskiy. Khinskiy, age 37, born in Moscow, Russia, was a member of the Russian National Team – Greco-Roman Wrestling (Champion of Moscow, Germany, and Norway, winning the silver medal in the Maccabean games). After finishing his professional sports career, Ilya started a professional Jewish career as a director of programs in the Moscow Hillel. He organized the “Jew Tour – young Jewish trips” project, in which more than 600 young Jewish participants visited 9 countries on three continents. Currently, he lives in Philadelphia.
Cost: Free. Donation requested.
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(please note the time change: this event was originally scheduled for 6:30pm but it has changed to 7:30pm)
Russian-Speaking Jewish programs at the APJCC are funded by the Genesis Philanthropy Group and supported by The Jewish Federations of North America. We are also grateful for support at the Gibor (Hero) level by Fooksman Family Foundation; Halutz (Pioneer) by an Anonymous Donor, Vlad & Lilia Gorshteyn/All Seasons Roofing & Waterproofing, Valeria Simets & Leonid Rabinovich, and Lisa & Nate Stein; Gomel Chesed (Benefactor) by Irene Karbelashvili/All Access Law Group, and Anna Slutsky/Compass; Manheig (Leader) by Marina Salzman/Encore Travel; and Tomech (Sustainer) by Rabbi Ilana and David Baird, Liya & Robert Butin, Felix & Irene Sukhovitsky, and Veksler Academy of Music & Dance.
The Addison-Penzak JCC is proud to be a part of the Koret Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood. The JCC is also generously supported by the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, and by Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley.
To become a supporter of Russian-speaking Jewish programs at the JCC, go to our Donations page.