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Daughters of Israel casino night

  • Susan Grosser, executive director, is flanked by David Silverstein, at left, co-chair and president of DOI’s board of governors, and Gary Wayne, event co-chair and board member. (Photo by Bev Weiss)
    Susan Grosser, executive director, is flanked by David Silverstein, at left, co-chair and president of DOI’s board of governors, and Gary Wayne, event co-chair and board member. (Photo by Bev Weiss)
  • A group from Morristown’s Temple B’nai Or, Randi and David Silverstein’s congregation, at the March fund-raiser. (Photo by Renee Glick)
    A group from Morristown’s Temple B’nai Or, Randi and David Silverstein’s congregation, at the March fund-raiser. (Photo by Renee Glick)

DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL’S (DOI) Casino Night and Texas Hold’em
Poker Tournament was held March 7 at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston.
Co-chaired by David Silverstein and Gary Wayne, the event attracted nearly 200 attendees.

Proceeds from the fund-raiser benefit Daughters of Israel, a skilled nursing and sub-acute rehabilitation facility in West Orange. General Plumbing Supply (GPS) and Valley Bank were among the sponsors.

“We rely on the greater community to help us continue to provide critical services to those entrusted in our care,” said Susan Grosser, executive director of DOI. “We are very appreciative of the generosity of our sponsors as well as the hard work and dedication of our event co-chairs, committee, and volunteers.”

 

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