Imagine going away this Shabbos with your family, relaxing, enjoying, hearing world-class speakers, and coming back as more fulfilled and wholesome people. This Shabbos, The Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation is making this all possible once again at the Stamford Hilton. The theme of the Shabbos, so eloquently expressed in its title: “Live Life Better”, will take place from Friday through Sunday. It promises to be a weekend chock-full of inspiration, unity, and pleasure for body and soul.
The convention will be graced with the presence of the Philadelphia Rosh Yeshivah, Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky shlit”a, who has been the Rabbinical leader and guide of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation since its inception. Guests will be treated to a variety of workshops and lectures from featured speakers, including Rav Elya Brudny shlit”a, Rav Moshe Mordechai Lowy, Rav Noach Orlowek, Rav David Ashear, Rav Yechiel Spero, Rav Yoel Gold, Mr. Charlie Harary, and others. Women speakers include the notable Mrs. Rina Tarshish and Mrs. Jackie Bitton. Speeches will include topics such as hakaras hatov, ahavas chesed, bettering our relationships, and becoming our best selves as parents, spouses, children, siblings, and individuals as a whole.
Besides for the rich and exciting menu of inspiration for adults and children alike, convention attendees will enjoy five-star accommodations and world-class kosher catering by Chap-a-Nosh of Cedarhurst. Simcha Leiner and the Mizamrim choir will elevate the atmosphere throughout the weekend with their beautiful, hartzig singing. The convention will also be graced with the presence of two noted shadchanim, R’ Meir Levi and Mrs. Gitty Harar, who will be setting aside time to meet privately with convention guests.
A full-fledged day camp and babysitting service, under the experienced direction of Mrs. Sara Younger of “Summer Playland” will be provided to keep the young children entertained all weekend. Rabbi Yosef Pruzansky, the popular WonderWords’ host who entertains thousands of kids each day through the CCHF children’s hotline will keep the youngsters at the convention riveted with his spellbinding storytelling.
The convention is open to any individual or family looking for a weekend of long-lasting inspiration. Among like-minded people seeking to grow in shmiras haloshon and ahavas yisrael, encouraged by speakers whose words overflow with passion and love for these mitzvos, participants are sure to find abundant resources for renewed growth.
Now is your chance to register and join in this special Shabbos that promises to be truly lasting and unforgettable. There are still limited rooms available . call 845-352-3505 ext. 108 to register.