PHOTOS: An Evening of Hartz and Inspiration

By Simmy Horwitz. The walls of the Eagle Ridge Golf Club were pulsating last night from the sheer volume of positive energy emanating from this year’s Mesivta of Eatontown dinner.

Held in this picturesque location overlooking the golf course, what was even more beautiful than the venue was the tangible emotion and inspiration caused by the event itself. Talmidim, rebbeim, parents of the yeshiva, alumni, friends of the yeshiva and more came out to show their support and patronage of the Mesivta, but walked away having been uplifted and encouraged themselves.

With a theme of “Lechu Banim,” Moving Forward, the Mesivta of Eatontown didn’t have to do much talking to demonstrate how this holds true in their yeshiva: the ever-grateful and appreciative talmidim, each a living testimony to the yeshiva’s success, are proud to showcase how the abiding encouragement and support of their rebbeim helped them “move forward” to be the remarkable bnei Torah that they are today.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Wow ! Great Pics. This was truly a beautiful event. Which is totally fitting because this is an amazing moisad which is saving actual nefoshos in Klal Yisroel in real time. And they even got holy brother Yidy in a picture !! How cool is that ??!!

  2. An evening of inspiration and Chizuk. How wonderful to have a yeshiva where every bochur, is accepted. The Rebbiem of MOE are saving lives. Continue in your holy work .

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