July 25, 2024
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TABC celebrated Pink Day last week, which is a day devoted to raising funds for finding the cure to breast cancer. This year’s Pink Day was dedicated in memory of Taly Cohen z”l (mother of Lev and Gabe Cohen), Rochi Lerner z”l (mother of Aryeh Brusowankin) and Sandra Jaffe z”l (grandmother of Daniel Jaffe). TABC had a wonderful program at school beginning with Mr. Josh Jaffe speaking to the entire student body after morning tefillah, as well as Mrs. P’nina Seplowitz talking about the organization Better Future for Israel, which will, along with Sharsheret, be a beneficiary of Pink Day fundraising this year. After the annual Pink Day group photo, the morning continued with five concurrent shiurim from which students could choose. The options were Rabbi Adler’s shiur on “I am angry with God,” Rabbi Wiener’s on “My friend is suffering: What to say and what not to say,” Rabbi Hoenig’s on “Why does life need to be so hard,” Rabbi Fridman’s shiur on “The mandate to heal: ורפא ירפא” and Mr. Rosenblatt’s on “The search for BRCA 1.”

TABC is proud of of the fact that Pink Day, which started at TABC, has become an international event, raising thousands of dollars for Sharsheret. This year, TABC alone raised close to $4,500. Thanks go out to the Pink Day Committee: Daniel Jaffe, Menachem Kravetz, Josh Miller, Sam Weinberg, Andy Katz, Noah Miller, Elli Spinowitz, Matias Csillag, Yonatan Sturm, Akiva Wieder, Yaakov Wieder, Noah Nordlicht, Zach Rothenberg and Solly Wieser, and faculty advisor Ms. Hoenig.

 

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