Minyan Shelanu 2010 Lag Ba’omer Raffle Announced

minyan raffle 2010Minyan Shelanu, has announced its annual Lag Ba’omer raffle of 2010, which has a grand prize of $10,OOO, The drawing takes place each year at their annual Lag Ba’omer Bonfire. 100% of the Proceeds go to Minyan Shelanu. The second prize is $2,600 and the third prize $1,800. To purchase tickets, click here or you can call the office at 732-276-7361. To read about what the Minyan is and does, click here. To view last year’s event, click here.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Nice! I look forward to the Lag Baomer event every year! A real kiddush hashem…Thank you Rabbi Abadi and Minyan Shelanu, you cant count on me 2 tickets

  2. can’t wait for the Lag Bomer event.This is a organization that my money is well spent.Thank You Rabbi Abadi for up lifting the holy Neshomos of our children from Lakewood.

  3. This is the best place in town!!! All the food given out by the fire is 100% free to ALL!! Donations are always accepted of course!! R, Abadi should live a long and health life for what he does for the klal !!

  4. Minyan Shelanu is “THE only place in Lakewood” where EVERYONE can, and does, come for ANY sort of help or support!! Be it a yeshiva-man, parent, in-law, teen, layman, yeshivish, not yeshivish, litvish, chasidish, sefardish, etc.

    Minyan Shelanu has makes numerous Melava Malkas on sporadic Motzoei shabbosim. There are large turnouts. They have mesibas for Chanuka, Purim, etc. They have a shabbaton with numerous inspiring rabbonim and askonim in attendance.

    They have shiurim (Chumash, Gemara, Hashkafa, Mussar, etc.) given by prominent (yeshivish, litvish, chasidish, sefardish) Roshei Yeshiva and Rabbonim.There are daily – TWO minyanim for shachris, a minyan for mincha, night seder with chavrusos and maariv.

    THERE IS NOT ENOUGH TIME TO ELABORATE ON THE MANY ZECHUSIM AND HATZOLAS NEFOSHOS that The Minyan has done and continues to do.

    The minyan is a place where you may see a boy with long hair saying yehei shmay rabbah ‘bekol koichoy’! Yes THOSE boys are OUR boys, OUR children, OUR klal Yisroel,OUR MINYAN– where every yochid feels that he CAN belong, and that belonging can keep THEM all afloat in order to keep THEM as part of US!!

    Remember: These are OUR children! YES, OUR children! Not from NY or elswhere.No parent should have to ever experience these trying situations.

    So, please, open your hearts and support OUR (yours & mine) Minyan Shelanu!

    Thank you & Tizkeh LiMitzvos!!

  5. I just purchased 20 tickets The minyan is the real deal I know personaly that not 1 person takes a salery at the Minyan Shelanu. I don’t know how many other organazations these days can say that they don’t have a payroll of people beefiting from ofter peoples donations. THE MINYAN IS THE REAL DEAL.

  6. To # 11
    That’s so true!!!!
    the Minyan is 100% VOLUNTEER!!!I It happens to be that I think that lots of the volunteers even end up spending/investing their very own hard-earned money in the Minyan & the boys. they should all have only nachas and blessings from all their generations and all the generations of all the people they help ….the children, their parents, and everyone else.

    I wish I would have the talents and warm feelings that these VOLUNTEERS have. But, since I am more on the quiet side, it’s kind of hard for me.

    Someone told me he saw with his own two eyes (which G-d gave him) how some of those boys survived the turmoil which they go thru only thanx to The Minyan.

    I cant say so myself but that’s what my friend saw (with his own two eyes, which G-d gave him.)

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