PHOTO: The managers at Lowe’s in Howell today were presented with a unique plaque thanking them for their support. Lowe’s generously sponsored woodworking materials – including Lowe’s outfits and tools – for Chai Lifeline’s annual workshop.
This afternoon Rabbi Yisroel Braunstien and Rabbi Sruli Fried of Chai Lifeline presented the generous donors with a beautiful project created by the children. In the center of the woodwork, was a photo of the ill children dressed up in their Lowe’s outfits posing with Rabbi Fried and other staff members.
“It’s people like you who insure our community with the much needed happiness”, the attached letter read. TLS.
TLS can we have more of these feel good stories.
generous not genorous
my kids loved the workshop
Wow wow wow! How nice!! What an honor to have and show such hakoras hatov! For a second I thought this is already the amazing purim party Rabbi Fried MSW puts together every year, I guess we’ll see those pix on the scoop in another week or 2
Once again EVERYONE is proud of U,
R’ Sruli, you are the best, mamish amazing. Rav Ahron is proud.
R’ Sruli, you’re the best, anytime.
rabbi b is one of lakewoods hidden secrets
thank u for teaching me how to draw
everyone should know that rabbi braunstein is a talented and amazing yid
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