A Message from Lakewood’s Chasuna Halls

Lakewood’s Chasuna halls submitted the following message to TLS:

Due to the uptick being seen recently, and after a month hiatus from any chasunos being held locally, we would like to ensure that we are doing all we can to protect the public health and well-being as we look forward to begin again hosting chasunos.

As such, we are going to again be vigilant in monitoring the number of participants, arranging multiple shifts so both family and friends can safely participate, and ensuring that masks are being worn by all attendees. We hope that these efforts and the sacrifices made by us and the baalei simcha will help keep our guests safe and keep our schools and facilities open and functioning. There will be ongoing updates to our standards based on the unfolding situation and per state guidelines.

Ateres Chana

Ateres Genendel

Ateres Reva

Keser Moshe Yehuda

Lake Terrace

Ne’emas Hachaim


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There are 14 Comments to "A Message from Lakewood’s Chasuna Halls"

  • todah says:

    Yasher Koach & Thank you for taking on this responsibility!

    May Hashem bentsch you all with much Hatzlocho and parnassah!

  • Lkwdgirl says:

    Where is ateres genendal?

  • Regular Guy says:

    Wow! Not easy to do these things when your parnassa hinges on it. May Hashem bentch you all!

  • Lakewood says:

    Is one of those the Cheder(Fountain) or Bais Faiga Hall?

  • Moshe goldstein says:

    Ateres genedal is the orignal fountain and keser moshe yehuda is the fountains new hall

  • bizarre says:

    Great letter.
    I’m just curious, while you “vigilantly” “monitor” the number, what, pray tell, ARE the numbers ?
    How many will be allowed at a time ? Any information would be appreciated.

    Ateres Chana IS Bais Faiga.

  • Mutty says:

    I receive many Wedding Invitations; I used to enjoy weddings, but during this pandemic I stop in wearing a mask at the end for about 10 minutes to wish them Mazel Tov and I leave.
    When I get a wedding invitation which is not my immediate family I reply that I’m NOT attending most of the wedding in order to contribute to a thin crowd thus leaving space for immediate family, I enclose a $50 check and mail it out.

  • Health says:

    What about minimizing junk food and dangerously high volumes of music?! (Nothing personal to these halls). All the silly covid so-called safety measures that people are taking (when anyways it’s a circulating virus, and in the beginning, the entire reason for the shutdown was ‘flattening the curve — so that the hospitals shouldn’t be swamped, and yet the hospitals murdered many with their bare hands… Gentile nurses are comparing it to Auschwitz…

    • writer says:

      How about writing coherent sentences?

      It is no trivial matter. If you would force yourself to write coherently, you would be forced to think coherently, and then you would write less poppycock online, a win win for all.

  • Leah says:

    The indoor weddings seemed to have been the source of spread. Recently my neighbor and Many relatives had Covid. She said the Kalah had Covid at her wedding and didn’t tell anyone. Wedding was on Sunday and by Wednesday lots of guests had it. A different set of grandparents are in hospital after they attended grandchild’s wedding. Many other guests got sick.

  • Chaim says:

    Sad reality due to the matzav. I hope that once this mageifa is over people won’t belly ache anymore about going to simchos and they will appreciate the tremendous opportunity they have to bring joy to other yidden, the balei simcha by attending their simcha. Attending simchos should bring tremendous simcha to the attendees as well if they have any remote connection to the mitzva of v’ahavta l’reiacha komocha

  • tzvi says:

    I hear!

  • Brooklyn interloper says:

    Just send floose & STAY HOME.