PATH/YI Shabbaton

The Young Israel of Hollywood – Ft. Lauderdale Adult Education Committee presents

In conjunction with:

Community Shabbaton:
Enlightening Lectures by Rabbi Label Lam
Parashat Shemimi ~ 20 Adar II 5774 ~ March 21-22, 2014

In Search of a Jewish Identity: A Personal Story
Shabbat evening, March 21st at 9:00 pm
Dessert Oneg at the home of Steve and Sarah Jacoby
4401 North Hills Drive

E=MC2- A Formula for Personal Relationships
The Rabbi Dr. Ted Abramson Memorial Lecture
Part of the Tenth Annual PATH Fundraising Luncheon
Amos Prync will be presented with the PATHmaker Award

 The Hidden World in Which We Live
Shabbat Afternoon, Mar. 21 at 6:10 p.m. in the Sanctuary

About Rabbi Lam

Rabbi Label Lam, a former collegiate athlete and poet, graduated from Colgate University and matriculated at Harvard Extension School. While pursuing a Masters of Education, Rabbi Lam studied many years at Yeshiva Ohr Somayach before launching a multi-faceted career in Jewish Education. Rabbi Lam, a senior lecturer for Arachim Seminars has been inspiring businessmen, college students, and prisoners, through Hamayan Institute, Ohr Samayach Monsey and International for more almost three decades. He is the co-founder of Foundations for Jewish Learning, an outreach project in the US and abroad. Rabbi Lam brings to his lectures rich life experiences, a profound wit, and an infectious love for the Jewish people. He is amongst the most popularly viewed on and his insights on the weekly Parsha are received by over 15,000 subscribers, and can be found at Rabbi Lam is the Principal of Yeshiva Sha’arei Zion, an elementary school with more than 450 students in Forest Hills Queens. He, his wife and 10 children live in Spring Valley N.Y.

Luncheon sponsor (does not include admission to the luncheon): $100

Shabbaton sponsor (admission to the luncheon for two adults included) $500

Luncheon only (Adult): $100

Luncheon only (Child 12 – 16): $40

Luncheon only (Under 12; Lap kids free): $20