[Video and photos below.] Last night, a memorable week for a group of college students from across the country ended in resounding fashion with an inspiring kumzitz led by Yehudah Green. The event, held at the home of Moishe Klein in Lakewood, NJ, concluded the week-long Lakewood Fellowship program, in which college students were brought to Lakewood to take in the unique atmosphere of the city and spend time learning Torah and hearing words of chizuk.
The program, scheduled for the college summer intermission, was the second of its kind arranged by Torah Links. Needless to say, the college students were thoroughly inspired by the learning, the lectures, the love and the warmth. Many of these students will now be embarking on reaching greater heights in their own Yiddishkeit and Torah learning.
Below are clips of the finale of the Fellowship program, with singing by Yehudah Green, accompanied by Aaron Zutler on guitar, Rabbi Eli Cohen on keyboard, and Rabbi Mayer Erps on percussion. In the middle, one of the Fellowship students received a surprise birthday cake presented by the Torah Links staff.
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