President Richard McCormick, along with SVP Greg Blimling visited the New construction site of Chabad House at Rutgers University. The university officials, toured the entire new complex, and visited the new Kosher Dining Hall, new Kosher kitchens, multi-purpose rooms, and the new dormitories that will accommodate additional 72 students.
The university president was greeted by Rabbi Yosef Carlebach, founder and director of Chabad House, and Rabbi Baruch Goodman, campus director of Chabad House. The Chabad rabbis gave a detailed tour of all the new construction areas. The new dorm floors will feature individual bedroom suites, with bathroom-showers, individual "hotel-like' heat and air conditioning controls, and the latest in cable, Internet wiring in every room. The new dorm floors will also feature student lounges, kitchenettes, laundry facilities, and exercise gyms.
The Rutgers officials expressed their total support for the mega-project, and stated their hope that Rutgers would now become a first-choice university destination for Jewish students throughout the USA.
The university president, D. Richard MCormick will be a featured guest speaker at the upcoming 33rd Annual Founders Dinner of Chabad House, on Dec. 20, 2011, honoring Mr. Richard Saker, at the Hyattt Regency Hotel , New Brunswick, NJ,.
For more info on the new Chabad House Building Campaign, or for info regarding the upcoming Chabad House 33rd National Founders Dinner please call Chabad House 732-296-1800, or email@example.com
7:24 PM in New Brunswick, NJ
Shabbat Ends 8:25 PM
Friday, 19 April 2019