Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin is inviting Boro Parkers to celebrate at a “unity event”
the second anniversary of his release from prison,
Zos Chanuka, the yom tov’s final day, marks two years since President Donald Trump commuted the former slaughterhouse manager’s 27-year sentence, a penalty widely decried as disproportionate to what he was convicted for.
Rubashkin will celebrate the day at a mass gathering Monday night in Boro Park’s Beth El, located at 4802 15th Ave. There will be a live hookup event for women next door at Khal Chassidim, located at 4820 15th Ave. Doors open 8 p.m. and the program begins at 8:30.
The program will feature reflections from Sholom Mordechai, along with song and dance led by Benny Friedman, Avremi G. and the Shira Choir. The women will also hear from Mrs. Leah Rubashkin.