By COLlive reporter
Rabbi Moshe Pinson, the tireless community activist and founder of Bais Shmuel Chabad and Mikah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights, as well as director of development of Bais Rivkah Schools, celebrated his 50th birthday with a festive Melave Malka on Motzoei Shabbos.
Family members, congregants of Bais Shmuel Chabad, Shluchim and friends from near and far attended the event held in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
The emcee of the event was Rabbi Duddy Farkash, a former Bais Shmuel congregant who currently leads the Chabad of Forshay Shul in Monsey, NY. Also speaking were Rabbi Levi Garelik, Rabbi of Bais Shmuel Chabad, Moshe’s father Rabbi Nochum Pinson, Moshe’s brother Rabbi DovBer Pinson and his daughter Rochel.
Speakers and participants wished R’ Moshe Mazal Tov and many years of success in his dedicated service to the community, and success in all his projects.
Some of his recent projects include building the new Bais Shmuel Chabad community center and shul on Union Street, the future building of the Bais Rivkah Seminary building, and the many chesed and communal initiatives in the neighborhood.