Delaware senator is Norpac guest; Washington mission to follow
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Delaware senator is Norpac guest; Washington mission to follow

Dr. Ben Chouake, left, and Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) (Courtesy Norpac)
Dr. Ben Chouake, left, and Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) (Courtesy Norpac)

The Kazmir family will host Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) at a Norpac pro-Israel private dinner on Sunday, May 19, at 6:30 p.m., in Closter. The evenings’s co-chairs include Esther and Ben Chouake, Deborah and Michael Blumenthal, and Monique and Mort Katz.

Norpac hosts its annual Mission to Washington on Tuesday, May 21; registration is open until May 12. Nearly 1,000 people will participate in the important day of U.S.-Israel relations advocacy with members of Congress. Mission attendees are bused (or can use their own transportation) to Washington in the morning, and go to a brief plenary session at the Warner Theatre with presentations by congressional leadership. Afterwards, they go to their assigned groups — usually with four to six others — and meet with members of Congress and their staff to discuss this year’s talking points about pressing legislation on U.S.-Israeli concerns. They go back home in early evening. Participants can register online at norpac.net. Glatt kosher meals and bus transportation from New York and New Jersey is included.

For more information or to RSVP, email Avi at Avi@NORPAC.net or call (201) 788-5133.

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