Be Part of an Event that Will Change Lakewood
Lakewood, NJ – Tonight, parents, friends and supporters of the mosdos of Rabbi Shlomo Chaim Kanarek will reflect upon, appreciate and celebrate the siyata dishmaya that has resulted in three decades of chinuch excellence and superb leadership of superb mosdos.
THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE, AS SCHEDULED, AT LAKE TERRACE HALL, DESPITE THE RECENT BLIZZARD.
Organizers tell Matzav.com that they will have crews on hand to fully plow the area, clear parking lots, and ensure that the event proceeds smoothly. Snowplows and salters will be working continuously.
Police officials and Chaverim volunteers will be staffing the event area to ensure the smooth arrival of all guests.
Guests are asked to carpool to the event if they can. Busses will be circling the main areas of town to transport guests to the event.
The program will begin at 8 p.m. sharp and all guests are asked to arrive on time.
With thousands of people expected, special arrangements have been made to maximize the hall, including the adjacent chupah and kabbolas ponim rooms, and utilizing tables that will accommodate the maximum number of guests.
A full sit-down dinner will be served by Greenwald Caterers.
Noted mechanech, author and lecturer Rabbi Yechiel Spero will be the featured speaker.
Rabbi Shlomo Chaim Kanarek will address the audience as well.
The highlight of the event will be the keynote address delivered by Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz, who will discuss timely communal issues. Organizers tell Matzav.com that Shlomo Yehuda’s speech is one that they will not want to miss, so guests should be sure to arrive in a timely manner.
Gedolei roshei yeshiva, from across the nation, many of whom have or previously had children and grandchildren in Rabbi Kanarek’s mosdos, will be in attendance. Rabbonim and the Lakewood community at large will join in what is sure to be an inspirational event.
The program will include Tehillim for Hagaon Rav Yisroel Belsky shlit”a and a video featuring contemporary chinuch shailos addressed by gedolei Eretz Yisroel, including Rav Yitzchok Zilbertstein, Rav Yitzchok Scheiner and Rav Berel Povarsky.
Shulem Lemmer and the renowned Shirah Choir will be singing new compositions of Shlomo Yehuda in what promises to be an inspiring performance.
There will be a live hookup for women in the Bais Rivka Rochel dining room.
The event will also be streamed online here on MATZAV.
To listen to the program live via telephone, call 641-715-3580 and enter access code 340537.
Stay tuned to Matzav for any further updates.