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All Your Camp Needs Online with Murray the Sockman

Great news for parents of summer campers everywhere… Catskills legend “MURRAY THE SOCKMAN” has launched a new online store, www.murraythesockman.com, providing parents with EVERYTHING THEY NEED FOR SLEEPAWAY CAMP UNDER ONE VIRTUAL ROOF.

The new website includes Soft Trunks, Bedding, Toiletries, Camp Essentials, Socks, Tzitzis, Yarmulkas and more.

Murray offers a unique TIME-SAVING feature, allowing buyers to choose their products from READY-MADE CAMP LISTS and add them to their cart in just one click.

Murray also offers COMPETITIVE PRICES as well as FREE DELIVERIES in the US for purchases over $99.

Murray the Sockman is a household name in the Tri-State area and beyond, where he has been peddling his wares for the last 40 years at bungalow colonies and out of his store, Kosher Socks in South Fallsburg, NY.

Beyond camp, the website also serves an ideal place for yehiva bochrim and seminary students to find everything they need to set up their home away from home in Yeshiva or Seminary. And just like his store, the website has something for everyone.

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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sun, May 28 2017, 9:05 am

- Amazing kiddush hashem - צארטל בת אסתר חנה לרפואה שלימה

New York - A charity campaign established to pay for a lifesaving living transplant for a Monsey woman has crashed the servers of a crowdfunding
campaign, as generous donors from all over the world have stepped up to pay for the emergency surgery.

Newlywed Tzurty Reisman and her husband Motty had traveled to Israel to celebrate Lag B’Omer in Meron when Tzurty Reisman fell ill just one day before Lag B’Omer, vomiting severely and showing signs of jaundice. Motty Reisman rushed his wife of six months to the hospital where she suffered a complete liver shutdown, making an immediate transplant the only hope for her survival.

Members of the Jewish community got to work, hoping to make the necessary medical, financial and travel arrangements for the lifesaving surgery. Flying Reisman back to New York was out of the question because of the length of the trip and when a top Paris transplant center agreed to put Reisman first on their transplant list, she and her husband were flown to France to await a compatible liver.

Chaim Berkovic, a cousin of the Reisman’s, set up a crowdfunding campaign on the Unidy.org platform to raise the vast sums of money that would be needed to save Reisman’s life. He set a goal of $500,000 to cover the initial medical costs, including the transplant surgery and within less than 24 hours, the Give Tzurty Life campaign has raised more than $400,000. Over 5,000 donations have come in from all across the world, in amounts ranging from $1 to $10,000.

“We have close to 50 volunteers processing credit card information,” Berkovic told VIN News. “We have donations coming in from Australia, Quebec, all across the United Kingdown, Houston and many other places and it is amazing to see how klal yisroel has gotten together to help a young lady in her time of need.”

According to Berkovic, Unidy has never seen this volume for any single campaign, with an extra server being added to accommodate the unprecedented traffic to the site.
“They told me that in the history of their system they have never had so many users at once, with things happening so fast,” said Berkovic.
As of this writing, Reisman is currently in surgery and doctors have said that so far things are progressing smoothly.

“The third liver that they found was a good match and a good healthy liver,” said Reisman. “It is a delicate operation but doctors say things are going in the right direction.”
While initially doctors had refused to perform the operation until they knew that the Reismans could cover the cost of the operation, seeing the the immediate results of the crowdfunding campaign had them agreeing to go ahead with the procedure.
Berkovic said that there is no way to know at this time if medical insurance will cover any of the Reisman’s overseas medical costs and that the couple’s medical expenses will go far beyond the current $500,000 goal once the surgery has been completed.
“Right now we need to continue donating and to pray for Tzurtel bas Esther Chana,” said Berkovic.

Replies : 7  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Thu, May 25 2017, 11:31 am

Woman in critical condition.


פיקוח נפש! רייסט איין!א היימשע חבר פון אונז אין בית מדרש לאמער אים העלפן

א היימישע יונגע פרוי פון ניו יארק געפונט זיך אין פאריז אין א קריטישע צושטאנד און נויטיגט זיך דרינגנד אין א לעבער טרענספלענט. די דאקטורים געבן 36 שטונדן צום לעבן ה"י.

נעמט אראפ א מינוט און זאגט א קאפיטל תהלים פאר מרת צארטל בת אסתר חנה, לרפואה שלימה במהרה.

עס מוז "איצט" געשאפן ווערן פינף הונדערט טויזנט דאלאר איר צו קענען ראטעווען. יעדע רגע איז קריטיש, ראטעוועט!!! רוף איצט: 5166360955

Tzurtel bas Ester Chana.
A woman from NY, went with her husband to Isreal for lag b'omer. She suddenly felt Ill. Her husband called Hatzolo. They took her to Shaare Zedek hospital where they found that her liver stopped functioning.
She was transferred to Paris where there are more chances to get a liver.

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Tue, May 23 2017, 10:28 am

2 Day Linen sale $49.99 - $79.99 Twin, 48 inch and full size

The Linen Center will be having a 2 DAY LINEN SALE on Sunday and Monday, May 21st and 22nd at 930 East 28th Street Between Ave I & J from 11am -6pm.

They sell gorgeous quality linen at great prices. There will be 25 patterns in twin, 48 inch and full size. There are great choices for home, camp, and summer home. Hurry in while supplies last.

For those that can’t make it to the sale, all items are available online at www.thelinencenter.com.

They ship throughout the USA.

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Replies : 2  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sat, May 20 2017, 10:15 pm

What’s on this year’s Oorahthon?

Oorahthon preparations are well under way (as Lakewood gears up) for the most exciting event of the year! The Oorahthon is a night of entertainment for all. Kicking off the program with Fiveish Hour from 10-11 pm, kids of all ages can speak to Fiveish and win great prizes by calling 732-FIVEISH. The night continues with live entertainment from singers Dovid Gabay, Uri Davidi, and Mendy J and siyum celebrations. A fundraising Shark Tank segment is sure to be interesting, as well as the intriguing and open discussions with school administrators about the tuition problem. Here’s your opportunity to say your piece, email your questions to talktuition@oorah.org. And of the course, the evening culminates in the drawing of the Oorah Auction with over $300,000 worth of prizes!

Watch live at oorahauction.org, call the Oorahthon hotline at 718-557-0555 or 718-557-0505, or listen on your local radio station: NY Metro Area WABC 770 AM, WMCA 570AM, and in Lakewood at WMDI 107.9 FM. The Oorahthon is taking place THIS Motzai Shabbos, May 20th at 10 pm. You don’t want to miss out!


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