Our Way’s First-Ever Melave Malka to Be Held in Baltimore, February 8

January 24, 2014

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Our Way, the Orthodox Union’s division for Jewish deaf and hard of hearing, will host its first-ever Melave Malka – a festive gathering observed on Saturday evening to bid farewell to the Sabbath – on Saturday night, February 8 in Baltimore honoring Rabbi Yehudah and Yael Zelinger in recognition of their many years of devoted service to the Deaf community.

The Melave Malka will take place at the Park Heights Jewish Community Center, Community Room (2nd floor), 5700 Park Heights Avenue. Rabbi David Kastor, Our Way’s Regional Representative in Maryland, is the director of the Melave Malka committee, which also includes T’chia Kastor and Louis and Leah Kaplan.

Says Rabbi Eliezer Lederfeind, Director of OU Our Way, “We are looking forward to having our first statewide Melave Malka for the Jewish Deaf. It is a tribute to Rabbi Yehudah and Yael Zelinger for all their work on behalf of the Jewish Deaf community.”

Admission is $18 per person (adults only). Please RSVP by February 4.

For further information contact T’chia Kastor at {encode=”tchia.kastor@gmail.com” title=”tchia.kastor@gmail.com”} or VP 443-471-8049. Checks are to be mailed to OUR WAY Melave Malka, c/o Tchia Kastor, 2505 Hal Circle, Baltimore, MD 21209.

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