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Confessions of a Miracle Worker

Confessions of a Miracle Worker
Join us for a buffet and cocktails, and an inspirational evening with three average people who make miracles.

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Rabbi Ephraim Simon is known by some as a saint. It’s not because he is a 50-year-old father of nine, or because he leads a bustling Chabad in Teaneck, NJ. His claim to fame? Giving a part of his liver just 10 years after giving his kidney.

Chaya Lipschutz responded to an add in the newspaper. No, it wasn’t to save 15% on car insurance. The advertisement was seeking a kidney donor. Chaya donated her Kidney in 2005 to a stranger and has gone on to become an acclaimed “Kidney matchmaker from Brooklyn.” Her website serves as her platform to spread more Mitzvahs.

Adam Levitz is a father of 3 from Woodbury. After learning of his liver dysfunction, he feared he’d never see his 17-year-old twins graduate or witness his sons Bar Mitzvah. Luckily, he is here to share with us his story.
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Confessions of a Miracle Worker   May 5, 2019
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