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Beis Medrash L’Torah Dinner This Thursday

[COMMUNICATED[ This Thursday, March 23, at 7:30 PM Bais Medrash L’Torah will be hosting its annual dinner at N’eemas Hachayim Hall. The dinner, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Morderchai Zolty as Guests of Honor, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rabi Alumnus of the Year and Rabbi and Mrs. Shloimy Pam, receiving the Harbatzas HaTorah Award.

The dinner will feature musical entertainment by the amazing Pumpidisa Band and an exclusive wine tasting by M.Z. of the Vineyard. This event is one of the most exciting and anticipated dinners Lakewood has all year. You do not want to miss this event.

Bais Medrash L’Torah under the leadership of Rav Yisroel Goldblatt is achieving and exceeding the goals of it’s mission on a daily basis. The Yeshiva consists of both a Beis Medrash Program for boys ages 18+, and a Kollel. BML is focused on developing each and every talmid into a true Ben Torah. As this critical juncture in their lives, they are guided through the transition from a full day of learning to a full life of learning. Much of this is accomplished beyond the walls of the Beis Medrash. The Yeshiva employs a 360 approach to each individual, caring not only for his success in learning, but his overall success, his middos and hashkafas hachayim, shidduchim, and shalom bayis. In addition, many of our Bochrim utilize their time in the afternoon to pursue and build their careers. The kollel too works along with the faculty to provide the student body role models they can aspire to. At BML each talmid becomes part of a family, gaining friends and rabbeim for life.

The Yeshiva’s programming includes: 3 regular daily sedorim, regular shiurim, va’adim, various chaburos, Daf HaYomi, Sunday Morning and daily evening kollelim for Alumni and Balei Batim, Shabbos retreats, Shidduchim guidance and assistance, mentorship programs, and so much more.

This unique Yeshiva fills a necessary void in the Lakewood community. Hundreds of alumni and their families testify the the successes of BML is creating true B’nei Torah, who are Koveah ittim, and shining examples of what we want our children and grandchildren to be like. Therefore, your support for the critical work of BML is needed now more than ever.

Please show your support by attending THIS THURSDAY at 7:30 PM. To support this amazing Yeshiva, email mailto:dinner@bmltorah.org or call the Yeshiva office 732.363.1921 x 101.

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There are 4 Comments to "Beis Medrash L’Torah Dinner This Thursday"

  • BML is the best says:

    Go BML you guys are the best.
    Mazol Tov Yanky S. on your wedding.
    Yanky K. you are the best we can ask for.
    Mendy T the newest edition to the staff you take it to the next level.
    Rabbi Goldblatt unreal.
    Rabbi Posner never stop your heart keeps on giving.

  • for the Klal says:

    BML is really needed for the community and this generation! For all what they do for the klal is inspiring. As a proud supporter I will be there This Thursday!

  • Yosef g says:

    Best yeshiva out there!!!!!!

  • Appreciated says:

    We really appreciate what BML does and is there for everyone welcomed and accepted as in their home and part of a family !! Thank you Rav Yisroel & BML

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