Hundreds Dance On Clifton Avenue To Cheder Chumash Mesibah

PHOTOS & VIDEO of hundreds of Cheder boys and their parents dancing with music on Clifton Avenue this morning, as the boys marched from the Lakewood Cheder School to Bais Faiga Hall for their Chumash Mesibah. (Party celebrating the completion of their first chapters of the Torah). 

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Actually, the occasion of the party is upon receiving their first volume of the Torah and beging studying which is a joyous occasion. Not as written in the article that they completed the first volume.

  2. Just asking but was there was a parade today, was Clifton Ave closed to traffic?? Was Traffic and Safety out for OT on a sunday, how come it wasn’t posted that a major road was going to be closed,??

  3. My comment did not violate any of the posted comment rules. I don’t see why you didn’t let it through. The mere fact that I don’t like such parades is no reason to censor my comment.

  4. Oh, now my comment is okay? So let me try again: They should do the chumash dancing in the cheder lunchroom. I see no reason to make a public spectacle of ourselves at the drop of a hat. For thousands of years, our children managed to begin chumash just fine without closing off streets for a public parade.

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