TONIGHT: The Lakewood Hatzolah BiG Event; Hosted on TLS, and Scoop Radio

It’s the BiG Event for Hatzolah’s BiG Sweepstakes! The program will be BiGGer and better than ever! Tune in today right here on at 6:30 PM, or Scoop radio and 107.9.

Join us tonight wherever you are, at the BiG Event and do something BiG for Hatzolah.

Rabbi Milstien and Yossi Zweig will be hosting the event, live, on air.

There will be a special children’s hour will be run by Rabbi Mosey Kaplan, a full hour of exciting news and fun activities. Hatzolah members will explain to the young community the differences between a medic and an EMT, What’s Inside A Hatzolah Members Bag, and BiG Emergencies: When to Call Hatzolah.

Shulem Lemmer and Uri Davidi will be performing live music as the excitement builds in anticipation of the Sweepstakes!

Other topics will be hotly discussed, like Signs of a Stroke, BiG Splash: Pool Safety, Bike Safety, What To Do if You Have a Tick: ER or Hatzolah? And more!
There will also be information on what to do during gas and fire-related emergencies, due to the unfortunate events that have occured in our communities.
Rabbi Moshe Rotberg will be discussing Hatzolah related halachos, as well as a special segment on The BiG Bite: Dental Emergencies.

This is the last chance to enter the BiG Sweepstakes So if you haven’t entered yet, enter today! Enter Hatzolah’s BiG Sweepstakes now! Just go to, email [email protected], or call 732.363.5600.

Give BiG, Win BiG.

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