Misameach Travels With The King Of Jewish Music On Private Jet To Cheer Up Patients

mbd private jet picPHOTOS: In a rare and unforgettable experience, a select group of volunteers of Misameach of Lakewood traveled with Mordechai Ben David (MBD) on a one day trip to cheer up sick patients. The group took off from NY this past Thursday morning at 11:00 a.m. on a private jet sponsored – and flown – by philanthropist Eli Rowe of Queens NY, and headed to Cincinnati.

At Cincinnati, MBD gave a two hour concert at the Shriners Hospital for children, accompanied by the music of Yitzie Shwartz.

Following the concert, the group flew to Detroit, where MBD gave a Kumzitz at the home of a Misameach patient.

The group then headed back to NY, where they arrived at approximately 2:00 a.m. Friday morning.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. kol hakovod there aint no one like lipa your amazing what u pull off cant get pulled off by org with millions of dollars and high paid ceos and such hashem should repay u

  2. MBD is a very Geshmakeh Yid. He’s not like most of those dummies with a plastic smile that decided they have the nicest sweetes voice and put out a CD every Mon. & Thurs. MBD has lots of Toichen (substance)

  3. Your unbleivable what your doing if people would just know the past years of your great work keep it up I know its all l’shma because your there lipa :-D)

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