Bushey Tribe Youth

Come and meet Avi & Rina, the Bushey Tribe Team!

We really want to make sure that every single young member of Bushey Shul feels that they have a place to come to meet new friends, have fun and learn more about what it means to be Jewish.

We are planning amazing trips, socials and clubs that are sure to be inspiring and lots of fun! The Shul is always open, so if you’re hungry, want to play games, cook, laugh or just chat then please feel free to come on over and introduce yourself.

Avi Solomon
Avi is of North West London descent, having spent his schooling years in Hasmonean, played football for Hendon United and, like all good Londoners, supports Manchester United. He was a devout Ezra Madrich in his earlier years and has always placed youth work on the forefront of his agenda. He spent 3 years in Israel, 2 in a Yeshiva called KBY and the third as a Madrich in a Yeshiva in the Old City known as Aish Gesher. It was in his third year in the Holy Land that he struck gold and met his lovely fiancé Rina. He is now studying accounting and finance through LSE.

Rina is not from around these parts. She was born in Queens New York and subsequently moved to a small town in New Jersey called Twin Rivers. She attended Bruriah High School and was heavily involved in the youth movement NCSY, of which she was appointed Regional President in her final year of school. After school she spent a year in a Seminary in Israel called Michlala, during which she did alright and met Avi. She is now in Toruo College in Manhattan getting a degree in Business Psychology.

Avi and Rina are getting married, please G-d, at the end of March. Til then, Rina will be in the States, and Avi in Bushey, and after which Rina will join us here!


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Thank you for the visiting the Bushey Tribe youth page. You will find lots of information about our Shabbat services, clubs, events and trips and much more.

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You can also see albums from previous years HERE.