PHOTOS: Lag Ba’omer at Mesivta of Eatontown



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  1. Wow! What a Yidish’eh nachas to see those pictures. A Tora’dika fun outlet for our bachrim. I wish other Mesivtos would offer guided fun outlets for their bachrim, so they don’t have to look ‘on the Gaas’ for their entertainment. Wishing the Yeshiva continued success.

  2. Wowowowowow!!!! I was there last night. Let me tell u, that was true simcha! The geshmak-keit and love from the rebbeim to the Talmidim was seen all over their faces. So so many alumni came with their wives and children because they feel the close connection to the yeshiva even so many years after they left. Rabboisai!!!!! We need more yeshivos like MOE. We need more Rebbeim like the MOE Rebbeim! We need more Talmidim to be as happy as the moe Talmidim……..Reb sender Kaszirer, reb Avrohom yeshaya mermelstein, reb Modche Kaszirer, reb Binyomin Meisels and reb Yehuda Neuwirth are angels who care for they’re Talmidim like they are their own Children. About two months ago Rabbi Mermelstein was trying to think of a way to keep his boys occupied during their break. So he decided Instead of them doing things that have no “toichein”, he went with the boys to Lowes and bought wood to make seforim shranks for the boys to keep their teffilin on. I myself saw the boys building these shelves. It was amazing to watch the excitement of each boy together with Rabbi Mermelstein helping them every step of the way. Last thing, if any of you do not believe all that I am saying about this wonderful yeshiva-MOE, I beg you to please go visit the yeshiva anytime at 1300 New Hampshire Ave.” go see it for yourself”. Hatzlocha MOE!!

  3. It was a true kiddush Hashem, the entire eveing. The entire family was able to enjoy, cotton candy, moon walk for the kids. BBQ food… singing, the music and of course the beutiful bon fire. Everyone felt welcome.
    The singing and dancing went 9n for hours. The talmidim did a great job. It was enjoyed by all. Thank you, Mesivta of Eatontown. Thank you Rabbi Kaszirer, and all the Rebbiem.

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