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Chicago Congregation Beth Judea Dessert Reception

March 12, 2014 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Congregation Beth Judea
5304 Rfd, Long Grove, IL 60047
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Speaker: Gil Tamary

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Gil Tamary
Washington Bureau Chief for Israel's Channel 10 News

No cost to attend • Dietary laws observed

Register online or RSVP to 847.656.8880 by March 7, 2014.

Gil Tamary is the Washington Bureau Chief for Israel’s Channel 10 News, and is known by virtually every Israeli as a top news reporter. He has worked for Israel Broadcasting Authority, Israel Public Radio, and as anchor and chief editor of Good Morning Israel.
Gil covers a wide range of Middle East issues from the U.S. and conducts exclusive interviews with many dignitaries and political figures, including President Clinton, President Bush, Condoleezza Rice and President Obama. Also known for his reporting on the Israeli economy, Gil has served as International Editor of Forbes - Israel magazine, and Economic Editor for Israel TV and the IDF radio.

 

Contact the Chicago Region:

Serving: IL, IN

60 Revere Drive, Suite #840, Northbrook, IL 60062
[p] (847) 656-8880
[p2] (888) 563-0099
[f] (847) 656-8885

Beth Cherner, Executive Director, Midwest

Eric Goldstein, Director, Midwest

Judy Rosen, Director, Chicago

Hannah Feldman, Campaign Executive, Chicago

Tal Shaked, Midwest Education Israel Emissary

 

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