|Leora Fineberg, left, and Dr. Jeff Levine Photos courtesy TABC|
Torah Academy of Bergen County will hold its annual scholarship breakfast on Sunday, June 7, at the school at 9:30 a.m. Leora Fineberg and Dr. Jeff Levine will be honored for their years of dedicated volunteer service to TABC.
Ms. Fineberg has served on the TABC executive board and board, including working on the open house, annual dinner, Chanukah lunch, and scholarship breakfast. As a member of the education committee, she has worked on developing the special services department, including TABC’s new learning center. Ms. Fineberg and her husband, Marty, have five children, including two TABC grads.
Dr. Jeff Levine, a 10-year member of the TABC board, is a loyal supporter and an advocate for TABC within the school and the community. He is also the school’s volunteer sports photographer. Jeff and his wife, Sheryl, have five children, including four TABC grads.
The event also marks the inauguration of the Bruce Ritholtz z”l Scholarship Fund. The late Bruce Ritholtz, a TABC alumni parent and community member, was instrumental in launching the TABC capital campaign that enabled the school to build its new campus. He and his wife, Michelle, whose son Dani graduated in 2014, dedicated time and resources to TABC and many other community causes.
Members of the community are invited to invest in the next generation of Jewish leaders by contributing to the Bruce Ritholtz z”l Scholarship Fund. For information on the breakfast or scholarship fund, go to tabc.org/scholarshipbreakfast or email Sharon Rifkind at email@example.com.