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Annual Banquet Honoring the Milrods

Sunday, February 17, 2019 12 Adar I 5779

5:30 PMQuinlan Community Center, 10185 N Stelling Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Arthur and Lara Miya Milrod are all about family and community. They care deeply about ensuring that Jewish heritage and values are transmitted across generations, and shared joyfully with everyone they meet. 

A native of San Francisco, Arthur is the son of Holocaust survivors, Jerry and Lydia Milrod. His parents met under extraordinary circumstances in Shanghai during the war years, after which they immigrated to California. Arthur is deeply proud to follow in their footsteps. His appreciation and dedication to family history and Torah values are reflected in the Milrod's home and in the raising of their children, Jerry Israel and Sara Fela. Arthur is beloved in the Am Echad community for his ready smile, kindness, humility and love of quirky puns.

Also a native Californian, Lara Miya is a hard-working mom, a steadfast friend to so many in the community, and a baalas chesed who does kindnesses both discreetly and generously. She regularly hosts stranded visitors, fills her Shabbos table with overflowing guests, visits elderly neighbors and even makes time to rescue all manners of wildlife. Lara Miya always has a kind eye, words of wisdom, and a comforting gesture for those in need. 

Rav Moshe Tuvia Lieff shlit”will be our scholar-in-residence over Shabbos and keynote speaker at the dinner.

Rav Moshe Tuvia Lieff, is the  Rav of Agudath Israel Bais Binyomin, one of the largest and most important shuls in Brooklyn, New York. He is a respected Torah scholar and a warm and dynamic individual,  loved by his congregants. Rav Lieff has been a sought-after guest speaker at hundreds of events across the United States and abroad. He has also been a popular speaker on Dial-a-Daf, Torah Tapes, and

Previously, for close to twenty years, he was the Rav of K'hal Bais Yisroel in Minneapolis, MN and is credited with helping to transform Minneapolis into the thriving Torah center it has become today.

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Note:  For tax accounting reasons, you will need to submit each form separately when purchasing banquet tickets AND journal ads. 

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