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Brooklyn, NY - 'Hatzalah' Honored By Elected Officials, Community Leaders As Vital Organization To NYC

Published on: June 22, 2008 02:29 PM
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Brooklyn, NY - New York State Senator Eric Adams (D, Brooklyn) and other elected officials met this morning with leaders of the Hasidic Jewish community to recognize and honor the Crown Heights and Borough Park branches of the volunteer EMS organization Hatzalah

Senator Adams stated:  “It is my great pleasure to pay homage to two superlative branches of the volunteer group Hatzalah.  In the Hebrew language, Hatzalah means rescue, and this is a particularly appropriate name for an organization known throughout the State of New York for its swift response to medical emergencies.  For many years, Hatzalah volunteers have saved lives by making emergency medical calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, leaving their regular jobs or postponing family obligations to tend to those in medical crisis.  The benevolence of this enterprise is underlined by the fact that the activities are funded by solely by community charitable endeavors and provided at no cost to individual patients.  I hold the valiant members of Hatzalah in the highest esteem.” said Adams.

The event took place in Borough Park at Ateres Chaya Hall,  participating NYC officlas where,  Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. Council Member Simcha Felder [D 44], State Senator Diane J. Savino - [D 23] Representatives of NYC controller Bill Thompson, Assemblyman Dov Hikind [D 48]

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Community leaders that participated where Rabbi Libe Glantz Vice president of UJCARE Williamsburg, Rabbi David Niderman, CEO of UJO Williamsburg, and many other community leaders.

Hatzalah coordinators where given awards among them Rabbi Edgar Gluck who has worked tirelessly in the past decades for the Jewish community



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 Jun 22, 2008 at 02:44 PM Anonymous Says:

Hatzalah of Crown Heights saved my daughter's life & helped other members of my family. This award just acknowledges publicly something we all know.

Who was there from CH Hatzalah?

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 Jun 22, 2008 at 02:47 PM Anonymous Says:

make Hatzalah the no 1

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 Jun 22, 2008 at 03:38 PM Anonymous Says:

V'chol Mi Sh'oskim B'tzorchei Tzibur B'emunah Hakodosh Boruch Hu Yeshalem Schorom V'yasir M'heim Kol Machlah V'yirpah Lchol Gufam, V'yislach L'chol Avonom, V'yishlach Brocho V'hatzlacho Bchol Maasei Yedeim. Omein...Kol Hakovod !!

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 Jun 22, 2008 at 09:21 PM Anonymous Says:

another nice event ! Senator Adams, you are a true friend to the Jewish community. keep up the good work. and to your Chief adviser, Abe Friedman. Thank you !

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 Jun 23, 2008 at 12:39 AM Anonymous Says:

Nice Job Satmar Boys in Boro Park with Rabbi Aron Weltz, and his assistant Joel Eisdorfer, Beautiful School.

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 Jun 23, 2008 at 01:19 AM Anonymous Says:

It's a pleasure to read something good and wholesome in the Yiddisha media for a change. Thank you for covering the event.

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 Jun 23, 2008 at 04:05 PM Anonymous Says:

Thanks Eric Adams for making this , and for his 2 assistants Joel Friedman and Joel Eisdorfer , both of you keep up the good work to the Senator ..

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 Jun 23, 2008 at 05:07 PM Anonymous Says:

Thanks Mr Eisdorfer for making a nice Satmar event yesterday.. it was nice to see the senator came out to support satmar

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 Jun 24, 2008 at 11:21 AM Anonymous Says:

Thanks Joel Friedman who is the Special Assistant to the Seantor Eric Adams , and for his great help to our community in Boro Park

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 Jun 26, 2008 at 10:27 AM Anonymous Says:

Yole Friedman well job done i dont see you much but i start to hear from you much good things what you do to the community in Williamsburg and Boro Park , Keep up the good work

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 Apr 11, 2011 at 03:48 AM satmarBP Says:

Thanks to Senator Eric Adams and a special Thanks to Rabbi Joel Eisdorfer in the name of the Boro Park community, Joel keep up your Great work..

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