L’Chaim Dinner Planned

Members of the Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah (TBOBT) L’Chaim Gala Dinner Committee, along with Cantor Steven Stern and a host of lay leaders, are putting the finishing touches on a Sunday, November 12 event that will honor three cherished TBOBT families for their lifelong dedication to the principles of Tikkun Olam, translated as “repairing the world”.
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> The phrase Tikkun Olam has its origin in classical rabbinic writings and has come to refer to healing the world through acts of kindness based on compassion, generosity, and social justice.
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> Arnold and Myrna Young of A&M Industrial, Richard and Lisa Lavroff of Deli King of Clark, and Dr. Arthur Edward Millman, Chief of Cardiology at Trinitas Regional Medical Center, and Dr. Fellela ‘Di’ Millman, Director of Online Nursing Program Operations at Seton Hall University will be recognized for their contributions to the Jewish Community and the community at large at a formal presentation to be held at the Clark Synagogue, 111 Valley Road, on Sunday, November 12, from 3 to 7 p.m.
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> The Youngs, Lavroffs, and Millmans have extended their personal and professional generosities into the community for decades. From business, to kosher food service, to medical and nursing practices, the three families have made an impact on countless lives. 
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> Tickets to the event can be purchased at www.bethorbethtorah.org/?page_id=336. Information about ad and tribute opportunities in a commemorative journal can be found at www.bethorbethtorah.org. For more information call the Synagogue office at (732) 381-8403.  
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> Founded nearly 60 years ago Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah continues to provide education, engagement and fulfillment of its mission of being a House of Prayer, a House of Learning and a House of vibrant Jewish and spiritual life for the entire community.


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