Parnassah Network Dinner to Highlight Organization’s Continuing Revolutions

While memories of February’s historic Parnassah Expo at the Meadowlands Exposition Center still linger in the minds of its many thousands of attendees – and success stories mount –the Parnassah Network is gearing up for another monumental event – in its home community of Lakewood.

On Wednesday, June 26th, a dinner as multifaceted as it is exciting will be hosted in Lakewood. The action packed program will intrigue any guest, and individuals and businesses seeking to advance in their parnassah will have an immediate venue to help them progress.

In light of the success of the major Parnassah Expo, Parnassah Network is kicking off this event with some Expo hallmarks – seminars, booths and structured networking – at 5:00 pm. Businessmen and professionals – and those at the aspiring stage – will have a great opportunity to meet and greet valuable contacts and resources. At 7:30, this segment will lead into a lavish dinner that more than lives up to Parnassah Network’s originality and uniqueness.

A selection of Lakewood’s finest caterers and restaurants will join at the dinner and display their maximum culinary talents, with a vast smorgasbord-style dinner that is sure to delight all. The dinner will offer the Lakewood community the opportunity to remain informed about – and lend support to – Parnassah Network’s growing number of services. A special dedication for Kollel Learn and Network will be made l’iluy nishma Reb Mordechai Yosef Knopf z”l, a Founder of Shuvu and a askan in other great causes, and grandfather of Parnassah Expo founder Reb Duvi Honig. The event will also serve as the official launch of next year’s mammoth Parnassah Expo, which will be a two day event in an expo center more than twice the capacity of this year’s Expo.

Noted entrepreneur and askan Mr. Chesky Kauftheil, as well Lakewood Township purchaser Mr. Yehuda Abraham, will be honored. World renowned attorney and lecturer Mr. Charlie Harary, who featured prominently at the Parnassah Expo, and others high profile personalities, will attend and address the event. Wrapping up the dinner will be a delicious Viennese smorgasbord with the full gamut of masterful desserts.

Askanim with the Parnassah Network organization are working on a variety of exciting projects under its auspices. In addition to the 2014 Parnassah Expo, every existing Parnassah Network branch is more active than ever, including the Learn and Network Kollel, Parnassahnetwork.com, the jobs board with scores of new postings each week, vocational courses for men and women, and venture capital services.

“Parnassah Network is in essence multiple thriving organizations under one umbrella,” says Rabbi Honig. “This is an opportunity for the community to become partners in all that we do for the klal.”

For more information or to reserve a booth at the Dinner Panorama, please email [email protected] or call 732-987-7704 ext. 7237

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Parnassah Network Dinner to Highlight Organization’s Continuing Revolutions
    May 06 2013 2:40 pm

    What kind of “Revolutions” are we talking about?

  2. why do you delete the negative comments? You are misleading the public by giving a fake positive response by only allowing positive comments. The truth is being hidden by you.

  3. As a person who has been affected by Motzai Shem Ra more than once… I loudly proclaim that not all negative comments have a place or right to be posted. Whether or not you like the organization or person being posted in the news does not give any Jew a right to post motzei shem ra or any negative harmful information or comment that can be misread or misinterpreted and literally harm other Yidden with unfixable damage.

    I commend the scoop owners for doing the right thing and removing damaging statements and I hope they will do so in the future as well. To vent is one thing. But to hurt other Yidden that want to help people whether you agree with their views or not is outright out of place and unacceptable in a Frum public website. Those that dont realize that should be ashamed of themselves.

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