Building Blocks: Chabad WashU's Neighborhood Program
(Fall 2020)

To increase community opportunities during the pandemic, we are building hyper-local communities for students living near campus. Each neighborhood has one or more Mayors, who are coordinators and liaisons, tasked with the vital goal of building and maintaining community in their immediate area.

Examples include, Shofar blowing services in your local park or quad, Group Shabbat dinner pickups, and the ability to connect with other Jews in your neighborhood for shared errands, programs, and resource sharing. If your neighborhood isn't listed here or if we haven't yet identified a Mayor for your area and you want to volunteer, please email chana@chabadwashu.org.

(*First-year students please see JewCrew.)

Neighborhood Mayors:

Skinker/Debaliviere Area: Amanda Shirazi
Everly, Moonrise, and Loop Lofts
Delmar Loop and North of Delmar: Dani Worthalter
Kingsbury/Kingsland Area including University Drive and Greenway: Jonathan Taitz
DeMun and Wydown/Skinker (e.g. Dorchester): Nicci Mowszowski
Hi-Pointe: Carly Hacker
UCity West of Big Bend and North of Forest Park Parkway: Gabriella Cooperman
Forsyth/Lindell West of Campus: Marne White
The Shtetl (within a few buildings of Chabad House): Daryn Adler
Moorlands and Clayton
Millbrook, Village East and Lower Row
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