Toras Moshe’s Dinner
save the date
January 8, 2023
At the Newark-Airport Marriott Hotel
Join us as we pay special tribute to our beloved Rosh HaYeshiva, shlit”a, in honor of his 80th birthday, and the yeshiva’s 40th anniversary.
This milestone dinner will be a special opportunity to greet the Rosh HaYeshiva, reconnect with rebbeim and friends, and enjoy a lavish evening of music, entertainment and learning.
It’s a unique opportunity to show hakaras hatov to the Rosh HaYeshiva for the impact he’s made on your life and that of your family.
Benny Friedman & Baruch Levine
Reconnect to Yeshiva through an enjoyable shiur from your Rebbe, customized for this occasion
Reconnect and catch-up with your Rebbeim and Chaveirim
Sit down and enjoy a unique and special Dinner Program
Birkas Hamazon followed by dancing
Fill yourself with inspiration and excitement
View Our Dinner Trailer
Rabbi and Mrs.
the Keser Torah Award
the class of 2004
Recipients of the
ner michoel alumni tribute
Dr. Chaim Ambinder is originally from Monsey,
NY and learned in Toras Moshe as a bochur from
2004 through 2006. Chaim and his family currently live in Baltimore, MD where he practices as an
interventional and structural cardiologist at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He is also
the co-founder of CardioNerds, a platform that democratizes cardiovascular education.
Aryeh Liebhard is originally from Brooklyn,
NY and learned in Toras Moshe both as a bochur and in kollel
from 2004 to 2011, aside for one year at Ner Yisroel in Baltimore. Aryeh and his family currently reside
in Brooklyn, NY, where he is a managing director at Meridian Capital Group, maintains consistent
chavrusas, and is a member of various charity organizations and chaburos.
Mayer Rosenblum is originally from Lakewood, NJ.
He learned in Toras Moshe both as a bochur and in
kollel from 2004 to 2020. Mayer and his family currently reside in Yerushalayim, where he continues to
be actively involved with the yeshiva. He also serves as a shoel u’meishiv in Yeshivas Aderes Hatorah
(Rabbi Senter’s yeshiva).