February 7, 2014 - February 9, 2014

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On February 7 – 8, 2014 join CHUSY Region for Midwinter and SATO Marathon.

Both programs are for all Jewish 8th – 12th grade students.
Join us for an unbelievable Shabbat of fun and friends as well as a night of Dance Marathon to raise money for TO.

Here are some of the important details you might need:

Registration is due by January 30th!

Dates –
Midwinter – Friday, February 7 (3:00 PM) – Saturday, February 8 (~6:00 PM)
SATO Marathon – Saturday, February 8 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM.

Location – Bnai Tikvah – Deerfield, IL

Cost – $100 Cost includes both Midwinter and SATO Marathon (For SATO Marathon we do encourage you to get additional pledges for the dance marathon to help support TO.) (scholarships are available)

Cancellation Policy

January 31  – February 7th – $50 fee

Registration Process
We are operating with a new registration system for all regional (and international) programs.  The system is called RegPacks, and has been used for USY Summer Programs, International Convention, CHUSYfest 8th Grade Shabbaton, Kadima Konvention and LTI.  It is a great system, that will store information for our USYers and Kadimaniks, so they will not need to always fill out the same information over and over again.
The registration for Midwinter and SATO Marathon can be found below.

To begin the process, you must register to create a login. Once you login, you will be guided through the registration forms.  This system saves all of your information as you input it.  If you need to come back and finish it at a different time, that is okay. If you have already have a login from a previous convention – please use the same login information. If you cannot remember the email address you used to login, please contact Julie, chusy@uscj.org.

At this time, we are only offering registration through this system. If you have any questions or need help navigating, please call the CHUSY office at 847.714-9130.

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