|Rabbi Dr. Matis and Dalia Shulman|
The 20th annual Ben Zakkai Honor Society NCSY National Scholarship reception will be on Sunday, February 8, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in Manhattan. The reception begins at 5 p.m., and dinner follows at 6.
Chaired by Vivian and Dr. David Luchins, the dinner will salute the life and legacy of NCSY pioneers Rabbi Louis and Rebbetzin Helen Ginsburg, z”l, induct four new members into BZHS, and present four awards to community leaders with years of involvement in NCSY. Among them are Dalia and Rabbi Dr. Matis Shulman from Teaneck, receiving the Ezra Ben Zion Lightman Memorial award.
NCSY is the international youth movement of the Orthodox Union. Every day, countless Jewish teens connect to their heritage through NCSY’s innovative programs. BZHS was founded in 1965 to recognize the achievements of NCSY alumni who have demonstrated personal Torah growth and the promise of future service to the Jewish people and the Orthodox community. The society raises funds for scholarships for NCSYers to continue their Jewish education after high school or to participate in various NCSY programs.
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