Rabbi Yosef Grossman, OU Senior Educational Rabbinic Coorditor, addresses a standing-room-only crowd at Bais HaMedrash Lev Ovos in Lakewood.
More than 300 people in a standing-room-only crowd on both levels of the Bais HaMedrash Lev Ovos in Lakewood, attended the special pre-Pesach shiurim of the ASK OU Kosher Outreach Program, sponsored by The Harry H. Beren Foundation of Lakewood. The large crowd was very receptive of the expert knowledge imparted by OU Rabbinic Coordinator Rabbi Chaim Goldberg in his discussion of “Current Kashrus Issues in Fish;” and Rabbi Yosef Eisen’s hands-on demonstration of “Checking Vegetables for Insect Infestation for Pesach and Year Round.”
Rabbi Yosef Grossman OU Senior Educational Rabbinic Coordinator, who organized the program, pointed out in his introductory remarks at the event the importance of publicly expressing appreciation to both hosts of the program, Bais Medrash Lev Ovos and the Harry H. Beren Foundation of Lakewood. He publicly praised the Beren Foundation for its ongoing partnership with the OU in its multifaceted educational programs which reach so many varied segments of the Orthodox community.
The Harry H. Beren Foundation issued the following statement following the event: “Our hakoras hatov is overflowing for the inspiring, geshmake, informative shiurim. They were molie chain. The crowd was beautiful. Yasher koach. May we continue our partnership lhagdil torah ulehadirah.”
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