Misameach Brings The Light Of Chanukah To Patients At Jersey Shore Medical Center

PHOTOS & VIDEO: Patients in Jersey Shore Medical Center also got a chance to feel the Yom Tov of Chanukah this year, thanks to a group of Misameach volunteers. About fifteen volunteers equipped with a keyboard, trumpet and other instruments and costumes, spent hours at the Hospital on Thursday, making their way from one patient to the next – young and old – bringing smiles to their faces on this family oriented Yom Tov.

The group of volunteers were joined by Mr. Sean Smith of Guest Relations department, as well as by Mrs. Miriam Lax of Patient Relations department.

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  1. I too have benifited from the holy work of misameach!! These volunteers are holy angels!! There are no words to describe the work they do! This is a great partenship between JSUMC and Misameach, keep up the great work!

  2. As an occasional volunteer of Misameach, I know a little of what goes on. And its amazing. How Lipa keeps this whole thing running is absolutley mind-blowing. Just tonight, I went on a call, to a man, who, he himself was an entertainer, and put out many enormously popular kids albums, and there were approx 10 guys there, a keyboard, 3 guitars, a flutist and a bongo guy. The choleh, of course, was on cloud 30. This orginization is incredible. And, truthfully, if u can clap on beat, you should join. Dudi B.

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