Ski Trip With The Eatontown Yeshivah Opens To The Public

ski picTomorrow, the Mesivta of Eatontown will be going on a skiing trip and the trip has been opened to the public, coordinator Rabbi Mottchy Kaszirer tells TLS. The Yeshivah will be departing from their campus for Shawnee Mountain at 1:15 p.m. and depart the resort at 9:00 p.m.

Participants can meet up with the group at Shawnee Mountain as well.

The schedule is as follows:

1:00 p.m. Mincha at the Yeshivah.
1:15 p.m. Departure from Yeshivah.
3:00 p.m. Arrival at Shawnee Mountain
4:30 p.m. Mincha at the Lodge.
7:30 p.m. Cholent & Kishkah.
8:00 p.m. Kumzitz.
9:00 p.m. Maariv and Departure.

Group lessons, if reserved in advance, is free of charge.

Snow tubing is available on the mountain.

The trip costs $150 for adults and $75 for children.

For additional information, call Rabbi Mottchy Kaszirer at 732-668-6089, or email the Yeshivah at [email protected]

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  1. who ever would like to be mechazak this yeshiva and the boys and have a good time to boot this is a great idea .lets stop talking about helping and get up and do somthing positive for ourselves and these boys ,and no i am not a parent but somone in awe of a staff that truly are giving their all in ovidas hashem much hatzlocha

  2. Good going! r mottchy! your mesirus for the yeshiva ,the bucherim, and especially the ski trips is well noticed and extremely comended! keep it up! your doing hashem’s work!! keep safe!

  3. You always come up with amazing ideas! More people should realize the wonderful work this heilige yeshiva does. Show them your support. R Sender you’re the TZAADIK HADOR!!

  4. i hereby recommended every one in the tri state area or even pa. to join me on this very trip its not something u would want to miss thank you and i will see you there dont forget theres gonna be fresh hot kugel and chulent

    p.s. it might be cold so bundle up

  5. I would luv 2 go. I take my kids at LEAST once a year skiiing. I hold its, k’mat, a chiyuv. I’m not even joking. Happens tobe that tomorrow doesn’t work for me.
    Anyway, whoever goes, have a great time & tizku L’niyzvos for being mechazek this moisad, which is absolutlely being matzil nafshos Bais yisroel every single day. Dudi.

  6. How does a yeshiva take bochurim skiing in the middle …..just kidding wanted to beat all of negative comments to this one. Great idea reb sender. Keep up the good work!

  7. Lakewood scoop is a site geared to the orthodox jewish community. As such the connotation of the word YESHIVA is for BOYS only. Sorry if the article made you confused, it should have been more specific since others do read the lakewood scoop.

  8. I hear from the people in MOE that the excitement is exploding already! whoevers going hav a blast ! thank you to the most amazing rabbeim in the world!! And thank you to the absolute best R Sender!

  9. MOE enroute to skiing in SHAAWNEE!! I agree with previous comments, R S.Y. Kaszirer Shlita is the most ibergegebener rebbe in the world. thank you R K. and your whole staff of tzadikim for making such a difference in the lives of some people we know!

  10. im amazed at the devotion this hanhala has. especially R Tzvi pinter whom i kno personally and see how much koichos and time he gives away to this heiliga moisad! keep it up! i admire you!

  11. Wow skiing open to the community! Now thats impressive. Oh do i remember those skiing trips with the yeshiva. I am not much of a skier but we all had a great time (snow tubing and the like). I am sure everyone who went had a blast as all events run by the Kaszirers are fun.
    As an alumni of the yeshiva learning in Israel for my second year i admire and support the yeshiva!
    Go Mesivta of Eatontown my dear Rosh Yeshiva R’ Sender Kaszirer!

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