Fairways/Enclave Residents Join Elmwood Village In Uplifting Shabbos

Residents from the Senior Enclave and Fairways communities this Shabbos joined the residents of Elmwood village in a Shabbos of unity, ahead of Rosh Hashana. About 20 men and 20 women – among them BOE member Carl Fink and Township Committee candidate Hal Halvorsen – walked to the Elmwood Village Shul where they joined the Kehilla for an uplifting Davening.

Following Davening, the crowd enjoyed a lavish Kiddush, and heard words of Chizuk from Project Inspire’s Rabbi Yerachmiel Milstein. TLS.

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  1. Wow what an inspiring speech and breath of fresh air to hear someone who can speak on a level that all can relate to. Thank you Rabbi Milstein, we were truly inspired.

  2. Thank you Mr. S for arranging this. As many people previoulsy stated this was long overdue and appreciated by the residents of both adult communites. Last night the Fairways Hebrew Culture Group had a dinner and the hot topic was the Kiddush. Everyone is talking about it and asking when can we do it again.

  3. My wife and I are extremly grateful for the hospitality that was given to us and our friends on Saturday. Having the opportunity to hear Rabbi Milstein speak again was inspirating.

  4. It was a great service. I enjoyed the Kiddush as well. The congregation was very friendly and made us feel very welcome. Thank you Carl and Chesky for setting this up. It was a great thing that it was done just before Rosh Hassanah. I would like to think that this small step in improving relationsships between our communities continues.

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