The aufruf was celebrated at the Kasho Beis Medrash in Monsey. The chassunah will take place at the Ateres Meir Zvi Hall in Kiryas Yoel. Shabbos Sheva Berachos, Shabbos Shoftim, will be held at the Verpeleter Beis Medrash in Kiryas Yoel. Sunday evening Sheva Berachos will have the participation of the Woodrige Yeshiva in the Beis Rochel Hall in Monsey.
The kallah is the granddaughter of Rabbi Sholom Dov Tannenbaum, zt”l (1918-1991), Mildower Rav; son of Rabbi Moshe Tannenbaum, zt”l Hy”d (1886-1944), Mildower Rav and author of Masios Moshe; son of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Tannenbaum, zt”l Hy”d (1849-1944), Torna Rebbe, author of Shaeris Menachem, and honorary president of the Vaad Horabbonim of Czechoslovakia. Rabbi Moshe was the son-in-law of Rabbi Mayer Tannenbaum, zt”l (1854-1928), Putnaker Rav and author of Imrei Meir and Ginzei Meir.
Rabbi Menachem Mendel and Rabbi Mayer were both sons of Rabbi Yaakov Tannenbaum, zt”l (1832-1896), Putnaker Rav and author of Nihari Afarsemon. Rabbi Menachem Mendel was the son-in-law of Rabbi Shraga Zvi Tannenbaum, zt”l (1826-1897), Chahter Rav and author of Nita Sorek. Rabbi Shraga Zvi and Rabbi Yaakov were sons of Rabbi Zev Wolf Tannenbaum, zt”l (1787-1872), Verpleleter Rav, author of Rechovos Hanohor and Ayeles Hahachar, and patriarch of the Tannenbaum rabbinic dynasty. Of historical note, the Nita Sorek was the son-in-law of Rabbi Avrohom Yaakov Roze, zt”l (d. 1873), first Kasho Rav.
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My Jewish star was battered, indeed it was a wreck
But I picked it up anyway and put it around my neck
To know that hatred mangled it was surely very painful
But just the same to me it is still very beautiful.