Jean And Eugen Gluck
Honors Bet El Supporters
27th annual dinner of the American Friends of Bet El
Yeshiva filled the ballroom at the New York Marriott Marquis in
December. Yuli Yoel Edelstein,
minister for public diplomacy and diaspora, captivate the
audience with his speech.
Philanthropists Jean and Eugen Gluck packed the
ballroom with more than 1200 of their closest friends.
Eugen Gluck, honorary chairman of the organization, noted that
27 years ago Bet El, just north of
was little more than a dream.
“Today Bet El is a thriving Jewish community, growing bigger and
stronger every day.”
Several deserving supporters were honored. The Shomer Bet El
Award went to Shmuel Goldstein.
The Ayshet Chayil Award was given to Susan Rosenbluth,
editor and publisher of the Jewish Voice and Opinion.
The Young Leadership Award was presented to Shalom and
Rabbi Eli and Chani Rosenzveig were the guests of
As usual, Dr. Avinoam Bitton served with great
distinction as program chairman. The journal, which weighed in
as huge as a phone book, was the happy result of dedicated
efforts by Jeffrey Parker and his journal team.