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Congregation Israel of Springfield Sets Date for Annual Dinner

Congregation Israel is the oldest orthodox synagogue in NJ, tracing its roots to Congregation Shomrei Shabbos founded in Newark in 1882

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch

The following was submitted by Congregation Israel of Springfield: 

Congregation Israel of Springfield will be holding its 39th Annual Dinner, Monday, March 19th, 2014. A Tribute Journal will also be published to recognize the accomplishments of the noted Honorees.

Honorees include:

RABBI ISRAEL E. TURNER MEMORIAL AWARD

Edna and David Goodman

EDWARD KONIGSBERG MEMORIAL AWARD

Tobias Gordon

AISHET CHAYIL (Woman of Valor) AWARD

Dolores Greenfield

YOUNG LEADERSHIP AWARD

Rachel and Rabbi Uzi Beer The Joseph Tammam Memorial Youth Eitan Adler

Community Service Scholarship Award

The dinner will be held at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, NJ.

Dinner Chairs include Dr. and Mrs. L. Bielory, Mr. and Mrs. S. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ostrow, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. H. Stein and Mr. and Mrs. Z. Wilf.

Congregation Israel is the oldest orthodox synagogue in NJ, tracing its roots to Congregation Shomrei Shabbos founded in Newark in 1882. The current synagogue relocated to Springfield in 1973. Its spiritual leader is Rabbi Chaim Marcus.

For further information, please contact David Frank at 908-240-7478 or stanleydsf@aol.com. 

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