Chabad of South Broward held its 38th Annual Dinner last Thursday night, September 19th, honored Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Adams. The event took place on a Mega Yacht, featuring a main event room and two floors. Entertainment for the night was given by singer Benny Friedman.
Mayor Adams, who just after being sworn in took action to have the Eruv fixed so that the physically challenged and elderly Holocaust Survivors could leave their homes on Saturday, attended the event.
MC for the event was Rabbi Abba Perelmuter, who kept the crowd enthralled throughout the night.
250 members of the Community said thank you to the Mayor for what she has done by contributing, in honor of the Mayor, to pay off the 2nd Mortgage of the Mikvahs for the Physically Challenged run by Chabad of South Broward. in total, $195,000 was raised towards the Mikvah.
The 38th Annual Dinner also Celebrated Chabad of South Broward entering its 40th year, and the 10th Anniversary of the Completion of the three Florida Mikvahs for the Physically Challenged.
Rivka and Bruce Goldstein, selfless in their kindness, will received the coveted Chesed Award, and Chanie and Eran Israel, generous pillars in spreading Yiddishkeit, were the distinguished recipients of the Ufaratzta Award.
Rabbi Mordy Feiner read the Rebbe’s letter to the 11th Annual Dinner of Congregation Levi Yitzchok-Lubavitch, which was the last letter the Rebbe ever signed, after going to the Mikvah, and before going to the Ohel, on 27 Adar 1, 5752 – 1992.
Rabbi Yossi Lebovics led the Dinner Guests in reciting the Rebbe’s chapter of Tehillim.
Special thanks to Rabbi Leibel Miller who oversaw the Kashrus and the incredible food on the boat, along with Mrs. Dorit Antian, who served as the Event Planner.
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