Over 2,000 Attend Avos Ubanim Annual Awards Event

Avos Ubanim Awards Ceremony 2011 Pic.JPG2PHOTOS & VIDEO:(With full choir) This evening, over 2,000 school children gathered at the Lake Terrace Hall to celebrate the conclusion of this year’s Avos Ubanim Learning program. At the program, the children each received nosh and donuts, while they enjoyed musical entertainment provided by Yehoshua Ausfresser and the Lakewood Boys Choir.

Following the choir, the children who attended the full Winter program, received Seforim and exciting prizes.

The program is directed by Reb Mordechai Zions and Reb Tzvi Zev Shwartz.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. R’ Moti Zions & R’ Tzvi Zev run an absolutely unreal program. Those of us who attend Avos U’Bonim realize it is a fantastic kiddush H-shem & a huge K’vod Shamayim. Btw, the program, over the whole winter runs thousands & thousands of dollars. This is a huge z’chus for anyone who wants to help out. Hatzlachah rabbah. Dudi B.

  2. Nosh and Donuts
    Nosh and Donuts
    NOSH AND DONUTS
    ********NOSH AND DONUTS!!!!!!************

    ENOUGH with the nosh and junk food. Why does EVERY event in school, camp, shul or learning program have to involve rewarding kids with unhealthy, artery clogging, blood glucose raising junk food. For once, I would like to see them reward each kid with a pedometer, a book on bicycle safety, or a small toy. YES, children deserve the occasional treat. But there is nothing occasional about the amount of nosh that is fed to our children. We are setting them up for a lifetime of health problems, bad eating habits, obesity and shortened life spans. Our precious children were made in Ha-shem’s image. Why spoil that image with trans-fat, processed sugar and nutrient-free foods?

  3. Oh stop complaining!!!!Smile and let your Kids have some enjoyment!!!They learn hard all year (esp. motzei shabbos)..they were treated to a beautiful event..inc a gorgeous Choir!!!

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