Over 1,000 Bais Faiga Girls Greet Donors Of New Junior High School Building In Name Unveiling Ceremony

bais anya with donors pic[PHOTOS & VIDEO] This afternoon, approximately 1,300 girls of Bais Faiga stood on Clifton Avenue to honor the donors of the new Bais Faiga building, soon to be built. The building – named today in an unveiling ceremony – will be called Bais Anya in honor of Mrs. Anya Kuppermann, wife of Mr. David Kuppermann of Queens NY.

The 1,300 children gathered on Clifton Avenue in front of the site of the future home of the new Junior High School building – adjacent to the current Bais Faiga building – and waved to Mr. & Mrs. Kuppermann as they arrived from New York to unveil the sign displaying the name and rendering of their newly donated building.

The Holocaust survivors and the donors of Bais Faiga’s Gratter building on Park Avenue, never had any children of their own, but consider the thousands of children studying Torah in their name, a Z’chus which fills that void in their lives.

Following the emotional unveiling, the children clapped to music and were each given chocolate Chanukah coins.

The construction of the building is expected to begin in the coming months.


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  1. Wow ! That’s an unbvelievable z’chis for the kuperman’s. It must’ve been a beautiful event. In fact, wopuld it b so bad if TLS showed a picture of this Matziv. What, there’s a tznius problem, showing 1,300 elementary kids, in their uniforms, waving & clapping ? C’mon.

  2. to #5
    Who decides which is #1 school? I think to H-shem every school is #1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Enough of this judging! Gedolim of past generations were equally machshiv all Mosdos Hatorah. BTW, Rivka Imaynu didnt attend the best school.So go figure!

  3. I was touched beyond words by this very beautiful dedication made in honor of Mrs Anya Kupperman. What a zechus for her and her dear family that the premier elementary school is goung to have such Harchavas Hadaas and Harchavas Hamakom. May the Kuppermans continue to enjoy many years filled with Gezunt and Glick, shepping nachas from their contributions to Bais Faiga Elementary.

    The move to separate the Cheder 7th and 8th grades was very beneficial in the forming of more serious, mature and responsible Talmidim. The girls will benefit as well, with the additional dimension that they will be close but separate.

  4. Hello.

    Bais Faiga took in around *ten*, yes, TEN girls who were school-less since the start of the year. Is the school mechuyav to squish in every single one?

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