PHOTOS: A Siyum at Sea With M.O.E.

m1PHOTOS: The students, Rabbaim and staff of Mesivta of Eatontown this week headed out to sea on their annual end-of-the-year cruise.

“The boat ride not only marks the end of the year, but also serves as the platform for all on board to publicly share how much they have grown this year,” says a MOE staff member.

The ride began with a Siyum on Mesechtas Tamid by one of the 11th graders, followed by song and dance. The boys and staff members then enjoyed a lavish Seuda on board.

“What a kiddish Hashem – if only the world could see, and have nachas like I did today,” said one of the Rabbeim as the boat docked following the event.”With the setting sun behind them, the MOE Boys stepped off that cruise with the ammunition they will need to get through a long hot summer,” the Rebbe said.

(For more information about Mesivta of Eatontown, click here)

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Thos is so nice. But the question arises, as a mechanech once asked me off the record, why do only at risk kids have fun ? Dont u think a reg kid from a mainstream yeshiva wouldnt enjoy a cruise ? Wouldnt that add to his Simchas Hachaim ? Every kid should go on a end of yr trip of spme kind !!

  2. you are 100% right Mr Jog a Thon, our boys in mesivtos need proper kosher outlets. Ask Rabbi K from Eatontown, he is the biggest advocate of this, as he recently spoke at Torah Umesorah convention about this topic.

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