This past Friday, a Shabbat dinner on campus at RCC was enjoyed by approximately 120 staff, faculty, alumni, students and families of students. Rabbi Dov & Shevy Oliver, directors of the Center for Jewish Life at RCC, coordinated the event.
Guest entertainer Moshe Hecht recited kiddush and also performed a number of riveting solos throughout the night. The new Dean of the College, Dr. James Siegel, who attended the event with his fiancée, recited Aishes Chayil in English. College President Cliff L. Wood welcomed the guests and emphasized the importance of events of this nature being held at the College.
In addition to the fully catered meal, an RCC alumnus, Derek Lamer, entertained with a ten-minute standup comedy routine, followed by a surprise performance of, “If I Were a Rich Man” by a guest “Tevye the Milkman” and his milk cow in full costume.