How can our children find a place they can afford to live in Crown Heights? Why doesn’t the Community Council help with tuition? How are we supposed to keep safe on the streets? How can we build the community?
From housing, to education, to quality of life, to political representation, every member of this community has concerns. But how can they get answers to their questions?
A panel of young leaders will be addressing these questions and more this Motsoei Shabbos at a catered Melave Malka at Oholei Torah hall at 8:30 pm featuring a fascinating program and a chance to address serious questions.
CHJCC Chairman Zaki Tamir will chair the evening, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson and Dovid Efune setting the scene before the question and answer section.
“Anyone who owns or rents a home here, works or runs a business, sends children to local school or enjoys spending time with grandchildren, has a stake in the future of Crown Heights,” said Eli Cohen, Council Executive Director. “It is important that we figure out what the community wants and needs, and how we get there. We have made lots of good progress, but there is so much left to do.”
Registration is free at CHJCC.Eventbrite.com. Registered guests will benefit from an express registration line and preferential seating.