Yom Yerushalayim Celebration

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 • 27 Iyyar 5777

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Nes Gadol: The Reunification of Jerusalem
with Rabbi Yotav Eliach and Annie Watman

Join us THIS TUESDAY night at 6:30 PM for Mincha followed by a festive Maariv with a musical Hallel.
After davening, Rabbi Yotav Eliach, principal of Rambam Mesivta, and Annie Watman,  AIPAC's Director of South Shore Long Island, will engage in a spirited conversation about Israel, the Six Day War, the reunification of Jerusalem, and the future of the State of Israel.

A Q & A session will be followed by refreshments.

The event is free but please RSVP below so we may properly order food..

The event is sponsored by Ellen Cherrick in memory of her grandmother, Eva Katz Feigenbaum, z'l, on her 25th yahrzeit on Yom Yerushalayim, and by Jeff Katz and Daniela Sirotti.

About Rabbi Yotav Eliach
Rabbi Yotav Eliach has served as Rambam Mesivta’s principal for 17 years. Before coming to Rambam, Rabbi Eliach taught at Flatbush High School for 19 years, where he was well-known for his dynamic classes.
Rabbi Eliach comes from a prominent family of Jewish educators. He is the son of Rabbi David Eliach, who served as the principal of Yeshivah of Flatbush High School for over four decades, and Professor Yaffa Eliach, a renowned Holocaust educator and researcher.

About Annie Watman
Annie Watman currently serves as AIPAC's Director of South Shore long Island.  Annie recruits and trains AIPAC members on how to build effective relationships with their elected officials, conducts educational and policy briefings with community members, and directs legislative mobilizations.  Annie has been with AIPAC since 2010 and began her work with the pro-Israel community on campus at NYU where she received both a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Jewish History and a Master’s Degree in International Relations.  After college, Annie worked for the Office of the Majority Leader on Capitol Hill, spent a summer in Israel as part of the Tikvah Fellowship and served last year as a Shapiro Family Fellow through the UJA. She serves on the boards of the Bronfman Center and Chabad of the Bowery.  Annie lives with her husband and son in downtown Manhattan.

 

 

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