May 20, 2024
Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.
May 20, 2024
Search
Close this search box.

Linking Northern and Central NJ, Bronx, Manhattan, Westchester and CT

Yeshivat Noam Celebrates at Annual Dinner

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)

(Courtesy of Yeshivat Noam) The Yeshivat Noam Annual Dinner hosted a packed house with over 700 guests to celebrate the school and raise essential funds for Jewish education. The event opened with welcoming remarks by Co-President of the Board of Trustees Binyamin Rieder, who then shared the podium with Co-President Shai Gerson, who led the guests in Tehillim for Israel. The dinner continued with a beautiful tribute to each of the honorees: Elana Kessler, Bonei Noam Award; Dr. Miryam Benovitz, Faculty Recognition Award; Iris and Elie Borger and Bena and David Schwartz, Guests of Honor. The dinner continued with a meaningful video about Jewish pride and love of Israel written by Shira Forman and Dina Gielchinsky.

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)

The event details and beautiful ambiance were a credit to the Dinner Co-Chairs Shifra Bendheim, Lani Hans, Sara Ehrenreich and Dina Silverberg. Lisa Mandelbaum, dinner chair emeritus, helped with many dinner logistics. Some of the amazing vendors who made the event special included Petaks Catering, Ulrich Studios Photography, Triple S. Studios, MW Event Lighting, Miro Printing, Teaneck Flowers and Lauren Frolinger Graphic Design Services.

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)

The dinner was a celebration of funds raised to provide scholarships and fund educational excellence. The school offered thanks to the Annual Campaign Co-Chairs Greg Eliason, Dina Gielchinsky and Dovid Katz, as well as to the committee: David Baddiel, Alan Feder, Daniel Finn, Daniel Fischer, Shlomo Hagler, Yale Jasphy, Rabbi Chaim Hagler, Rachel Ratzersdorfer, Gitty Rozner, Aaron Safier, Josh Saltzman,
Eliza Skoczylas and Amy Vogel.

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)

Yeshivat Noam’s Annual Campaign is ongoing. Every dollar is appreciated. To make a donation to Jewish education, contact Amy Vogel, director of development and communications, at (201) 261-1919, ext. 126 or visit www.yeshivatnoam.org.

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)

 

(Credit: Ulrich Studios)
Leave a Comment

Most Popular Articles