Tonight: SCHI Community-Wide Pre-Dinner Event With Carving Stations, Hot Buffet

A community-wide pre-dinner event to benefit SCHI Summer Camp (Poconos) will be held this evening – four days ahead of their Dinner at Lake Terrace.

This evening’s pre-dinner event will be taking place at Glatt Bite, 163 E. Kennedy Blvd.

The event will feature carving stations, and a full hot buffet. There will also be a short video presentation about Camp SCHI, along with words of inspiration from Rabbi Osher Eisemann, SCHI’s founder.

The event will run from 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm.


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  1. I hope to join. This event will hopefully raise the much neeeded fuunds for SCHI’s wonderful CAMP. You SCHI staff are the best. Keep up the great work.

  2. I love that SCHI pick-up truck (and the driver). Only SCHI can be so creative. It is almost as good as advertising on tissue boxes. I wonder what could be next!

  3. Schi does receive funding for most of their schhol program however the government does not cover extra activities such as kriah, dikduk, davening, which is all done one on one after school as it cant be done during school hours. The camp is entirely out of the schhol, and is not funded at all by the government. It is from the generous support of our outstanding community that the families of these special needs kids can get the much needed respite, as well as these kids having a most amazing summer of their lives in a safe, growing and exciting atmosphere!!

    Big thanks to Rabbi’s Rosenberg, Bock, Monoker, Shtendick and the many others that give their laiv v’ nefesh for these special neshomos!!!

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