The Limud Celebration
We sat down with this year's event co-chairs to learn more about the Limud Celebration.
The Limud Celebration is not an evening to be missed. The event, which will be hosted at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, is a fun, relaxed evening out for parents, alumni parents, alumni, and faculty and staff. You’ll enjoy delicious food, an open bar, dancing, and schmoozing with members of the Rashi Kehillah all while supporting The Rashi School’s Annual Campaign. So, how does this event all come together?
Each year, several couples co-chair the Limud Celebration, working together to make the annual event a success. This year, we thank co-chairs Yael Hurwitz-Lange and Steven Lange, alumni parents of Joshua (Rashi ‘11) and Rachel (Rashi ‘14); Tammy and Andrew Levitt, parents of Oliver (Grade 3), Emma (Grade 1), Ruby, and Sam; and Marla and Robert Rosenbloom, parents of Rebecca (Rashi ‘11), Melanie (Rashi ‘14), and Joshua (Grade 8).
Meet the co-chairs:
The Lange Family: Joshua, Rachel, Yael, and Steven
The Levitt Family: Andrew, Ruby, Emma, Sam, Tammy, and Oliver
The Rosenbloom Family: Joshua, Robert, Melanie, Rebecca, and Marla
We asked them why they chose to celebrateLimud (learning) at Rashi.
We can’t thank you enough for your leadership for our upcoming Limud Celebration. What was the reason you chose to get involved?
Tammy and Andy Levitt:
We have absolutely loved being a part of the Rashi community for the past several years. We can’t say enough about the positive environment that we consistently observe at the school, and our two kids in 1st and 3rd grades have both grown and developed so much since enrolling. We want Rashi to be around for a long time and believe it’s our responsibility to help support this incredible institution. We hope everyone will join us!
Yael Hurwitz Lane and Steven Lange:
We are all part of the Rashi community and the Limud Celebration offers us the opportunity to come together in a fun and festive way to honor this incredible school that has nurtured our children.
Marla and Robert Rosenbloom: