Dr. Rich Roberts announces plans for Chol Hamoed Carnival; “Please do not endanger others by bringing someone who is not immunized”

The 2018 Sukkos Chol Hamoed carnival will be on Thursday, September 27th from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM at The Lakewood Cheder on Vassar Avenue. There will not be a rain date.

Please do not endanger others by bringing someone who is not immunized. 

Parking – Two Cheder parking lots with overflow parking at Orchas Chaim parking lot

Layout – Shows inside the school lunchroom and outside the main entrance (weather permitting).

*Cotton candy, Popcorn, Sour belts and Light up Gyro Wheels will be distributed outside the wedding hall entrance.

*Lost children – under the canopy immediately outside the main entrance.

*Strolling entertainment by Dick Rainer . . . Stilt Walking, Juggling, Unicycling, & more!

*Zoo – featuring camels, donkeys, goats, sheep, cow, pony, and llama. 

IMPORTANT! Young Children – If your child does not know your cell phone number, please write it on a piece of tape on the back of your child’s clothing. Lost children tent will be located at the main school entrance.

Sponsor – This is a B’lev Echad event that is organized and operated by B’lev Echad. The cost is being deferred by Kollel Ner Avrohom, Inc. for this religious celebration.

Cost – Everything is free. Nothing will be available to be purchased or paid for. 

Objective – To provide a kosher and sweet Chol Hamoed event for children while helping to relieve some of the financial burden on Frum families. 

Update and changes – Changes and updates on www.kna613.com 

Safety, Security, and Traffic – We want to thank the Lakewood Police Department (LPD) officers, our devoted LPD Crossing Guards, and Chaveirim for facilitating this event.

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  1. I sure hope all the adults also are up to date on their vaccines if they are attending this carnival. Immunizations do not last a lifetime, everyone needs boosters to stay safe.

  2. so basically if you child has the flu or if your child has the chicken pox or if your child has shigella it is OK to bring your child to the carnival as long as the child is vaccinated
    but if your child is perfectly healthy with no disease and is not vaccinated your child is a danger to others and should not attend the carnival

    i think the notice should read
    if your child is sick PLEASE do not endanger others and do not bring your child to the carnival.

    this is really twisted quite honestly

  3. Yes all adults need and must take them as well !
    just spoke to my pediatrician he says it’s useless unless just to immunize kids , adults also need all the shots again as they do not last for life .
    Please let’s keep everyone safe and get proparly immunized .
    Dr Roberts thank you for the awareness !!

  4. @Debbie. People with sick kids usually have enough common sense to keep them away from others. If they don’t feel well the kids won’t want to go. If someone doesn’t vaccinate their kids and the kids are currently not sick and feel fine , they don’t believe they are a danger to others. Hence it needs to be spelled out clearly.

  5. Why does everyone constantly feel the need to knock and put down others. dr Roberts is doing a really nice thing for the community and if someone has an issue with his regulations don’t come and don’t bring kids no one cares.

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