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Emunah Miami Beach Chapter Holds Siyum

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The Miami Beach Chapter of Emunah held a siyum on July 30 at Asi’s Grill in Miami Beach in support of the organization’s wartime programs in Israel.

Talmudic University’s rosh hayeshiva HaRav Yochanan Zweig delivered an inspiring keynote address. Chaim Davies, a student at the school, shared insights.

Dr. Norman Turoff surprised the crowd with a hand-delivered generous contribution given to him earlier in the day by one of his patients. The generous donation was immediately matched by an anonymous donor.

Kudos were given to emcee Dr. Robert Galbut and the siyum committee: Fern Berkman, Arlene Ditchek, Rita Galbut, Elaine Grover, Terry Lefkowitz and Rena Turoff.

All attendees left with fervent wishes for a swift and lasting peace in Israel.

(L to R) Pam Weiss (Emunah development associate) and Siyum Committee members Fern Berkman, Rena Turoff, Elaine Grover, Rita Galbut, Arlene Ditchek, and Terry Lefkowitz.

(L to R) Pam Weiss (Emunah development associate) and Siyum Committee members Fern Berkman, Rena Turoff, Elaine Grover, Rita Galbut, Arlene Ditchek, and Terry Lefkowitz.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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