AMIT’s November 18 dinner, this year themed “AMIT’s Got Talent,” will honor leaders from different regions and five talented AMIT students from Israel. It will be at Pier Sixty in New York City.
This year’s honorees include Anne and Sheldon Golombeck and Peyton Katz, all of New York.
Recognition will also be given to the Amy Haber, z”l, Heritage Experience, which enables AMIT students with special needs to experience a life-changing trip to Poland with their fellow students.
For more information, email Robin Rothbort at RobinR@amitchildren.org or go to www.amitchildren.org.