Lisa Rostaing, our Youth Group & Camp Director is currently on maternity leave and will be back in the office around Februrary. If you are interested and want to inquire about our upcoming youth group events or camp, please make sure you visit our web pages or download the calendar for the latest scheduled events.
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· Ga-Ga Tournament - November 19 - FREE
· CLUB 456 - noon to 2:00 p.m.
· Jr. ITY - 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
· Maccabee Games – December 3 - FREE
· ITY leads CLUB 456 & Jr. ITY
· Tuesday Take-Over - February 6 – FREE
· ITY - 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
· Mulligan’s Family Fun Center – February 11 - $35
· CLUB 456 – noon to 4:00 p.m.
Want to connect with someone immediately? We have some amazing people that are helping the youth during my absence. Please allow 48 hours to respond. Mon-Friday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
For ITY - email: ITY@templeisaiah.com
For Club 456 or JR. ITY - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: There will be no winter camp this year!
About Lisa Rostaing
Lisa Rostaing has been the Youth and Camp Director at Temple Isaiah since 2004. Her responsibilities include overseeing and advising our three youth groups, designing and/or staffing approximately a dozen retreats, and also our amazing Jewish day camp, Camp Isaiah. After graduating from USC with a BA in Psychology, Lisa pursued a career in financial/tax/estate planning before happily returning to the world of Jewish experiential education. In 2012 she graduated from HUC with a Certificate in Jewish Education with a focus on Adolescents and Emerging Adults. She is also a founding member and on the national executive board of RYPA, Reform Youth Professionals Association in addition to being the local chair of YPAC, Youth Professionals Advisory Council.
Youth & Camp Director
Temple Isaiah provides a unique and exceptional opportunity for people in grades 4-12 to gather and celebrate Jewish life and FUN. Similar to a Jewish club, programs are designed to give participants a chance to interact socially and in a safe environment while exploring their Jewish roots. Our goal is to foster friendship, Jewish identity and increase the likelihood of staying connected to the temple and to each other throughout high school and into young adulthood.
View the youth group calendar here.