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Ella Carling spent Sunday afternoon helping to clear bamboo and branches at Furkids with other local teens through J-Serve, a volunteer organization for Jewish youth. The author (back row, sixth from left) also shot photos and shares a glimpse at Furkids’ new home. 

Teens Connect through J-Serve and Help Local Causes

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On Sunday April 14, 37 teen volunteers with J-Serve, a Jewish volunteer organization, helped at Furkids by cleaning out their new space in Cumming, GA.  

I helped move branches and bamboo that will eventually turn into wood chips. I wanted to go to this project because I enjoy volunteering and helping out the community. I also love helping out the animal community. Here are a few others who helped on Sunday, too. 

Lexie Goldman and Drew Peljovich show teamwork makes the dream work at Furkids J-Serve.
J-Serving with Furkids from the help of local teens (from left) Livie Carling, Bess Needle, Brandon Goldberg, and Evan Quinn.

 

 

Molly Solrash and Sophie Hershkowitz help clear branches and bamboo that will eventually be turned into wood chips.
Smiles from Sloane Bursuk (left) and Abby Quinn while volunteering.

 

 

 

 

 

Reporting and photos by Ella Carling, Star Reporter with the Maccabi Games Team Atlanta and a 9th grader at Saint Francis High School.

 

 

 

 


VOX is partnering with the Marcus Jewish Community Center to support youth reporters in the Maccabi Games summer program. The Maccabi Games is an international sporting and community-building event that will bring more than 1,600 people to Atlanta July 28-Aug. 2. We’re excited to share some of their stories along the way. 

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