As your regional Aym Ha-Chaverot and Moreh, we have many goals for this coming term. We are so excited to take RMR to new heights, and want all of you to be as involved as possible! This year, we want to increase membership by at least 20%, even out chapter sizes, create an efficient Big Sister/Little Sister Program for the BBGs, possibly start some new chapters in Sante Fe and Denver suburbs, have at least 180 kids at all conventions, and more! There is so much to look forward to, and we are looking forward to see what RMR is capable of achieving. Meanwhile, we already have some spectacular events coming up, including Kickoff to Rush: Winter Wonderland, all of the chapter Rush programs, and AIT/MIT in March! There has been an incredible turn-out of interested, prospective members at Meetings so far, with a turn out of over twenty prospects, and we hope that you all continue to spread the word about BBYO so our region can continue to grow and thrive. This is going to be an amazing term, and with your help, we are capable of achieving anything we set our minds to!
My name is Noah Adelstein, and I'm your 59th regional moreh. I am a sophomore at Kent Denver high school, and I play varsity soccer, as well as basketball. I ski, snowboard and love being outdoors. I am really looking forward to this term, and the amazing things our region is going to do.
Hola! My name is Molly Mintz, and I am the Regional Aym Ha-Chaverot of the Rocky Mountain Region. I am also an active member of N’Shama BBG #165, the most awkward, weird, and crazy (but still amazing!) chapter in all of BBYO. I’ve served as chapter Mazkirah for two terms, and I am honored to be able to give back what this organization has given to me while I serve on regional board as MIT Mom this year. Outside of BBYO, I love being outdoors, creative writing, and visual arts. I am a sophomore at East High School, and play field hockey, soccer, and I ski! I am super friendly, so feel free to talk to me about anything, anytime!