Thanks to all those who were involved in the Inaugural PBJC Hold ‘Em event.
Congratulations to the following winners:
1st: Mark Vogel
2nd: Steve Riback
3rd: John Glita
4th: Andrew Hammer
5th: Seth Friedman
6th: Dave Katz
We are excited to announce that Pine Brook Jewish Center (PBJC) is hosting a fundraiser called Explore & More – A Behind the Scenes Community Crawl on September 10, 2017 from 10am to 4pm and we’d love you to participate. It will be a day devoted to touring our community and getting a “behind the scenes” view of the great things going on in our own backyard. E+M Overview
Show yourself off! Give your neighbors a tour, a talk, a tasting or a demonstration. We will do all the planning, scheduling, publicity and organizing. You just have to open your doors and give us a peak inside what you do! Establishments that can provide a unique “behind the scenes view” are invited to participate as a Participating Venue.
You can also participate as a SPONSOR (featured in our promotional materials and on social media), as an ADVERTISER (securing space in our event day program), as a DONOR (contributing raffle prizes to be acknowledged in our marketing materials) and as an ATTENDEE (bring your family and friends to explore our community and more!).
We expect visitors of all ages from Montville and neighboring communities. This is a great opportunity to BE SEEN AND CELEBRATED!
CONTACT US TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EXCITING EVENT!!!
When: March 26, 2017
What Time: Registration starts at 4pm
Where: 174 Changebridge Road, Montville, NJ 07045
Additional details: http://www.pbjc.org/pbjc-inaugural-poker-tournament/
2017 Theme – Celebrate Israel All Together
Together, we are stronger. We encourage and support each other; we celebrate our differences and find common ground; we increase our understanding of ourselves, each other and the world. Our love for Israel unites us throughout history, now and forever! All together, we celebrate Israel!
For more details, contact:
Ester Robbins: (718) 791-7199
Adi Sabet: (973) 265-8334
On January 16, 2017, Montville Township came together as a community. #OneMontville was formed with hopes to provide support for a climate of respect and acceptance throughout the community. See press release below for more details: