WHEREAS it is the intention of the Mayor and Council of Cherry Hill Township to focus attention on noteworthy individuals; and
WHEREAS tonight, the Politz Day School hosts its annual scholarship dinner, and will pay tribute to three local couples who have made a significant impact on our community; and
WHEREAS the first of these honorees, Community Leadership Award winners Rabbi Yitzchok and Baily Kahan, have spent the last 11 years developing family and children’s programs for area children, including Camp Gan Israel and a thriving Chabad House in Medford; and
WHEREAS this year’s Parents of the Year, Dan and Rory Eisenstein, have been active supporters of Jewish education and community causes since 2001, enthusiastically serving in various leadership and committee roles, volunteering their time to make Cherry Hill a community that fosters children’s positive personal growth; and
WHEREAS and we honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Alan and Debbie Klein, who devoted much of their lives to community volunteer work from 1988 until their untimely passing in 2005, serving on boards of the Politz Day School, Jewish Federation, JCC and Jewish Family & Children’s Services, and who remain to this day an inspiration to those who knew them, and to those touched by their kindness and generosity; and
WHEREAS through their various community volunteer and outreach efforts, these three couples truly embody the theme of this year’s scholarship dinner, “Celebrating Today… Securing Tomorrow,” and have, in their own special way, helped to contribute to the special quality of life that makes Cherry Hill such an ideal place to live, grow and learn, and we are proud to recognize their contributions.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, CHUCK CAHN, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the Township of Cherry Hill, County of Camden, State of New Jersey, do hereby recognize the honorees of the
Politz Day School
16th annual Scholarship Dinner
in the Township of Cherry Hill and do urge all citizens to join with me and Council in recognizing this year’s honorees for their many years of service to our community, and in thanking them for their continued efforts to make Cherry Hill a better place to live and play.