Dear Parents, Alumni and Friends, שיחי,
We are on the onset of the month of סיון, where כלל ישראל stood before Mount Sinai כאיש אחד בלב אחד. In this spirit, we would like to share good news from the Board of Directors.
This past school year has been a most trying one for Oholei Torah. Many letters were circulated regarding a most unfortunate difference of opinion between the members of the Board.
We, the thirteen members of the Board, have a wide range of backgrounds, and various opinions. Nevertheless, the common denominator that unifies us, is our ironclad commitment to Oholei Torah and the Rebbe’s vision and ideals regarding the chinuch of the talmidim.
As this is our ultimate priority, we are pleased to share that we have reconciled our differences. Furthermore, we have reached a consensus regarding how to move forward to improve the mossad both ברוחניות and בגשמיות and to strengthen its stability for the future.
Our first priority as a unified board will be to address the most pressing and urgent matters. In the near future, we look forward to sharing more details of our goals for Oholei Torah as well as celebrating the accomplishments and successes of our mossad.
We deeply regret the discord caused this past year. We hope to regain and earn your support.
As you, members of our greater community, play an integral and important role in Oholei Torah, we value your opinion and would appreciate your input.
Please email us with your questions, comments and concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
בברכת קבלת התורה בשמחה ובפנימיות
The Board members of Oholei Torah
Rabbi Joseph Rosenfeld,
R’ Boruch Brikman
R’ Kalman Brikman
R’ Yosef Brikman
R’ Shmuel Brook
R’ Zalman Chein
R’ Mordechai Deitsch
R’ Avrohom Lokshin
R’ Laibel Motchkin
R’ Yankel Pinson
R’ Shalom B. Rabkin
R’ Sholom Rosenfeld
R’ Eliezer Teitelbaum