Mazal tov, and thank you! Aside from growing The Link, you have also helped with growing the Bergen County Jewish community and now many other communities as well. Having made aliyah over a year ago, I have missed catching up with the events, discussions, learning and ideas shared in The Link every Shabbat. There were even times when I would call and mention that the delivery man had skipped dropping off The Link on our road, and Moshe would, amazingly, drop off the latest edition personally! Many times I would write a piece which was accepted for printing, which helped me get through some very difficult times as well as some memorable events.
Our family has been very blessed, Baruch Hashem, and we are very grateful. Just this past Isru Chag (Simchat Torah in the States) on my beloved father David ben Avraham Abish’s 10th yahrzeit, our newest grandson was born in Jerusalem, to our children Elisheva and Dr. Zev Davidovics of Neve Daniel, their first sabra and brother to his four doting big sisters! His Shalom Zachor was held on Shabbat Bereishit, and his brit milah will be on our wedding anniversary.
Hakadosh Baruchu has a plan, and we are so grateful for his many blessings and for bringing us together to celebrate as Israelis in the land he promised to our forefathers and mothers, our beautiful country, Israel. Wishing The Jewish Link staff continued blessings and strength to grow and prosper and to be a source of inspiration for klal Yisrael.Judy Hollander Davidovics
(formerly of Englewood, now in Israel)