Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, brush, shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc.)



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Suggested Packing List:
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, brush, shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc.)


  • Pajamas

  • The weather this time of year can be unpredictable. We may have some rain during the weekend. We suggest bringing a raincoat and rain boots along with you.

  • Shabbat Clothing:

  • Casual clothing for everyday. Please refer to dress code below.

  • USYers who attended summer programs are encouraged to bring their group t-shirts.

  • Comfortable and casual clothes for Friday, Saturday afternoon, and Sunday

  • Money for SATO and ECRUSY Regalia

  • Kippah, Tallit, & T’fillin for boys, optional for girls. Bags should be clearly marked, inside or out, with the USYer’s name. Boys are expected to have their heads covered with a kippah or hat throughout the convention.

Since the Lost & Found grows at each convention. We suggest you bring along a written list of what you’ve packed to check as you repack for home.
USY Dress Code:

Tzniut (modesty) is a long-standing Jewish value. As a people who see ourselves as reflecting the image of God, our Jewish community believes we should act accordingly; thus, some things are not appropriate, for they do not reflect our Jewish values. How we dress is a basic example of these values. Suggestive or revealing clothes for either men or women are not in keeping with Jewish law or sensibilities.



  • Clothing on which any profanity or inappropriate language, pictures or symbols are written, printed or depicted is not permitted.

  • No visible underwear is permitted for both males and females.

  • During t’fillot, inappropriately short skirts or shorts, or tight garments, are not permitted; shoulders must be covered for both males and females.

  • Tank tops, 2-piece bathing suits (except where midriff is covered), bare midriff styles, halter-tops, leggings, or see-through blouses are not permitted.


While we’re all part of one community, sometimes accidents happen. Please leave valuables at home!
DON’T FORGET THEM!!






Kippah

Tallit





T’fillin


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