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(L-R) Gary Torgow, guest speaker; Rabbi Moshe Katz, Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas dean; and Anthony Bock, president of Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas.

(L-R) Gary Torgow, guest speaker; Rabbi Moshe Katz, Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas dean; and Anthony Bock, president of Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas.

Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas (YDLV) recently celebrated its sixth year of educational excellence with a banquet. YDLV, one of the fastest growing day schools in the country with 75 students, is an anchor (with Ahavas Torah Center) in the new up-and-coming Torah community of Henderson, Nevada. That city is attracting much attention from young families nationwide who are looking for a vibrant Torah community, a quality standard of living with affordable housing, and a superior dual curriculum education at YDLV.

The banquet’s guest speaker was Gary Torgow, the volunteer president of Michigan’s largest day school, Yeshiva Beth Yehudah.

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