Testimonials
═══════════════════════════════ M arlene Tomlin, President -  Beth Israel Synagogue - Vidalia, GA It   has   been   a   joyous   blessing   to   work   with   everyone   at   Sofer   On   Site .   Our   thanks   and   our   prayers   will   always   be   with   all of you. ​What   a   joy!      The   workmanship   was   beautiful!   What   a   lovely   sight!      Again,   many   thank   yous   with   much   gratitude   and many   blessings   to   you   and   your   staff.      I   hope   that   we   will   get   to   meet   one   day!   Your   warmth   and   caring   shine   through   in your communications.  We greatly appreciate everything all of you have done to assist us in koshering our Torah! ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi Bennett F. Miller -  Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple - New Brunswick, NJ I   am   writing   to   express   my   appreciation   to   Rabbi   Salazar   for   his   visit   here   in   New Brunswick, and his kindness and care of our Torah Scrolls. We are very grateful. We   have   also   received   the   recommendations   that   you   have   made   to   us   about   continued repair and restoration. Now   that   Chagim   are   over   we   will   make   some   decisions   soon   and   be   in   touch   with   you about continuing to ensure that our Toras are fully Kosher and kept in proper condition. ═══════════════════════════════ D avid Miller -  Temple Beth Shalom - Santa Fe, NM Rabbi   Druin   played   such   a   strong   part   in   our   Holocaust   Torah   Restoration   Project   video presentation      because   he   has   such   a   powerful   presence   when   speaking   with   TBS individuals or families. Thank you so much for helping make this such a wonderful Project and documentary. ═══════════════════════════════ G loria Avner, Executive Vice-President - Keys Jewish Community Center, FL Dear Moshe and Menachem I   trust   that   you   and   Sofers-on-Site   are   healthy   and   prospering.   It   is   hard   to   believe   that   a year   has   passed   since   you   worked   with   us.   Gratitude   still   abounds   for   the   wonderful experience our congregation had with you. In   my   head   I   am   hearing   your   voice   today,   your   reassurance   that   you   would   always   be with   us,   a   part   of   us.   We   are   wanting   to   do   our   part   to   preserve   the   work   you   did   last year.   We   have   been   planning   to   air   out   our   Torah   this   Shabbat   morning   after   services. None   of   us   have   done   this   before,   not   even   our   Resident   Scholar,   Rabbi   Agler,   though he   is   willing   to   help.   A   number   of   us   watched   you   do   it   when   we   brought   our   torah   to you.   You   accomplished   the   task   with      such   rapidity   and   grace,   it   seemed   like   a   dance.   We   want   to   honor   our   Holocaust Torah   and   preserve   it   far   into   the   future.   Can   you   give   us   some   advice   and   instruction,   preferably   step   by   step.   Even better, do you have a video of how it is done. ═══════════════════════════════ El len Bortz - Temple Beth Ami Nursery School, MD I   wanted   to   express   our   deep   appreciation   for   Rabbi   Levi   Selwyn’s   time   with   our   Pre-K students during his day at Temple Beth Ami, in Rockville, MD, this past Wednesday. His   engagement   and   patience   with   the   children   was   really   remarkable.   He   had   to   repeat the   same   ‘schpeil’   three   times,   and   each   time   was   fresh   and   friendly!   Our   children   came to   him   well   prepared,   and   therefore   really   took   pride   in   actually   seeing,   first   hand,   many of the things they had been taught. Again, thank you so much. ═══════════════════════════════ M ark Loewenstein - Mishkan Torah Congregation, MD Shalom   Leah   and   Baruch,I'd      like      to      drop      you      a      brief      note      to      let      you      know      how      absolutely      delighted      we      were     with   Rabbi      Salazar's      visit      to      our      shul      yesterday.      Rabbi      Salazar      is      clearly      a      very     talented      and   dedicated      sofer.      When      I      first      contacted      Sofer      on      Site,      my      immediate     aim      was      to      ensure   that         our         Czech         scroll         met         the         minimum         standards         of         the        Memorial         Trust.         The   congregation      and      I      are      thrilled      that      the      end      result      is      a     kosher      scroll      that      we      can      actually   use.Rabbi      Salazar's      education      class      was     wonderful.      It      was      insightful,      fascinating,      and      informative,      and      delivered      in      an entertaining   way   with   plenty   of   humor.   Rabbi   Salazar   truly   made   the   subject   come   alive. We were all taken by his charm.My thanks to both of you for your help in arranging this. ═══════════════════════════════ Ca thie Platt - Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, MD You   won't   remember   me,   but   I   was   invited   to   join   Rabbi   Elissa   Sachs-Kohen's   wonderful   family   this   past   Sunday   at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation to meet with you. When   you   were   speaking   of   reconstructing   the   Hebrew   letter   "Raysh",   of   the   word "forgiveness"   (HaKaparot)   as   it   relates   to   the   happiness   we   feel   when   we   ask   for forgiveness,   and   right   before   we   all   touched   the   end   of   your   feather,   I   felt   as   if   it   pierced in   the   center   of   my   heart   and   tears   began   to   flow.   I   was   deeply   touched   by   something-   I would   say   -   in   the   energy   that   was   existent   in   your   words,   in   the   Torah,   perhaps something associated with the Kabbalah. I   have   been   on   the   spiritual   path   for   some   years   now   as   well   as   being   a   psychotherapist here   in   Charlottesville,   Virginia,   and   I   have   had   several   experiences   in   which   I   felt   a door    opened    within    me    that    allowed    me    to    touch    a    higher    force    .    However,    this experience   took   me   completely   by   surprise.   With   some   apologies   (although   possibly   not needed),   I   am   not   a   "religious"   Jew   but   I   do   respond   to   energies   in   my   environment.   I have not tried to analyze my experience, just felt it. I   wanted   to   share   my   experience   with   you   and   thank   you   for   your   warmth,   your   explanations,   and   your   inclusion   of   us   in your work. Many thanks. ═══════════════════════════════ L eslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Shalom, Rabbi Druin. This   project   has   made   many   new   friends,   and   strengthened   cords   with   existing   friends, over   the   past   year   –   for   me,   it   has   been   a   labor   of   love   that   I   believe   will   continue   to resonate   as   we   move   forward.   We   also   hope   to   find   occasions   to   have   Rabbi   Selwyn back   in   our   community   –   he   has   been   a   wonderful   presence   here,   for   which   we   are most grateful. Wishing   you   a   peaceful   and   restful   Shabbos,   and   may   we   all   go   from   strength   to strength _________________ Leslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbi Selwyn, Thank   you   for   your   words   of   thanks,   and   for   your   kind   words   about   our   staff   too   –   I   feel   very   fortunate   every   time   I   step into the door here, that is for sure. All   of   us   at   the   Fund   and   Public   Affairs   are   hoping   to   find   a   way   to   bring   you   back   to   Calvary   –   we   are   so   blessed   to have   gotten   to   know   you   over   your   visits   here,   and   to   have   been   in   your   presence   as   you   interacted   with   our   families.   I often   say   that   for   our   caregivers,   the   work   they   do   at   Calvary   is   not   a   job,   but   a   calling,   and   that   is   how   I   think   we   all   felt watching   you   speak   with   everyone   who   came   to   write   a   letter.   You   truly   came   to   understand   the   mission   of   this   place   on behalf of all of us at the Fund and Public Affairs, thank you. Wishing   you   a   restful   Shabbos,   and   all   best   as   you   go   forward   with   your   sacred   work.   Looking   forward   to   welcoming   you back to Calvary, too – I have to believe we will find a way! With all best wishes _________________ Rabbi Rachmiel Rothberger - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbis Druin and Selwyn, As   our   Torah   restoration   project   has   come   to   a   close   at   Calvary   Hospital,   we   want   to   truly   thank   you   for   leading   us   on this   most   inspirational   journey.   Each   of   the   educational   components   from   the   evaluation   our   Torah,   to   the   launch,   letter writing   ceremonies,   as   well   as   our   rededication   invigorated   a   spirit   of   excitement   and   positive   energy   to   all   who   came   in contact with the Torah. Moreover,   our   restoration   project   helped   strengthen   a   sense   of   unity   among   our   global   and   diverse   community   at Calvary   Hospital.   The   personal   explanations   that   accompanied   the   writing   of   the   letters   were   a   source   of   enlightenment for   the   members   of   our   staff   and   families.   The   participants   were   able   to   sense   their   personal   connection   to   this   special Torah scroll and internalize that fact that Torah is a Toras Chaim (Living document). The   project   had   also   served   as   a   source   of   comfort   for   our   families.   Family   members   were   able   to   pay   tribute   to   their loved   ones   in   this   most   special   way   in   the   very   place   from   where   their   loved   departed   to   meet   their   maker.   It   was   a distinct   honor   to   work   with   you   on   this   project,   and   very   fitting   within   the   philosophy   of   Calvary   Hospital,   “the   place where   life   continues,”   that   life   was   restored   to   this   special Torah.   May   Hashem   bless   you   and   your   families,   and   may   you merit continuing to sanctify G-d’s name with the holy work that you are doing. ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi Binyomin Luban, Rabbi Yisroel Y. Niman, Rabbi Mordechai Palgon - Roshey HaYeshiva - Yeshiva Toras Chaim Toras Emes - Miami, FL Dear Rabbi Druin, On   behalf   of   the   Roshei   HaYeshiva,   Board   of   Directors,   and   the   entire   Yeshiva   Toras Chaim    Toras    Emes    family,    we    would    like    to    thank    you    for    coordinating    such    a successful Sefer Torah Campaign in such a short time. From   the   very   beginning,   your   expertise   proved   to   be   invaluable.   Your   suggestions   were   always   on   the   mark   and   your guidance   was   the   key   to   our   success.   Your   commitment   to   our   campaign   ensured   that   each   of   the   seven   Torah   Writing events,   culminating   with   the   Hachnasas   Sefer   Torah,   ran   smoothly   and   were   truly   moving.   It   was   abundantly   clear   that Sofer   On   Site    was   consistently   reliable,   punctual   and   extremely   knowledgeable.   The   moving   words   spoken   at   each event inspired the attendees and set the proper tone throughout the campaign. We   are   extremely   grateful   to   have   had   the   opportunity   to   partner   with   this   amazing   journey   and   wish   you   continued hatzlacha in your avodas hakodesh. With much appreciation
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SOFER ON SITE INTERNATIONAL
Torah         is         the         prized         inheritance        of         the         Jewish         people.         It         moves,        motivates,         and         unites         us         as         a        nation.         For      3,000         years         we         have        learned      to      live      our      lives      through     the          teachings,          guidance          and       message      of      Torah.      We   search      for     new        ways        to        bring        ourselves      closer      to      it.      At      Sofer      On      Site,      we     are      honored      to      provide      beautiful STa’M        of        the        highest        Halachic      standards,      while      bringing      Torah’s     timeless        messages        to        you,        and      inspire generations to come.
Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Weekend Closed
Address: 991 North Miami Beach Blvd. N. Miami Beach, FL 33162 Phone: 305-770-3481 Fax: 305-770-4204 Toll-free: 1-877-HASOFER (427-6337) Email: info@soferonsite.com
Testimonials Personal feedback on Sofer On Site’ s projects and services.
Testimonials
═══════════════════════════════ M arlene     Tomlin,     President     -     Beth   Israel   Synagogue   -   Vidalia, GA It   has   been   a   joyous   blessing   to work       with everyone   at   Sofer   On   Site .   Our thanks and our prayers will always be with all of you. ​What   a   joy!      The   workmanship   was   beautiful!   What   a   lovely sight!     Again,   many   thank   yous   with   much   gratitude   and   many blessings   to   you   and   your   staff.      I   hope   that   we   will   get   to   meet one    day!    Your    warmth    and    caring    shine    through    in    your communications.      We   greatly   appreciate   everything   all   of   you have done to assist us in koshering our Torah! ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi   Bennett   F.   Miller   -      Anshe   Emeth   Memorial   Temple   - New Brunswick, NJ I    am    writing    to    express    my appreciation   to   Rabbi   Salazar for     his     visit     here     in     New Brunswick,    and    his    kindness and care of our Torah Scrolls. We are very grateful. We    have    also    received    the recommendations      that      you have      made      to      us      about continued repair and restoration. Now   that   Chagim   are   over   we   will   make   some   decisions   soon and   be   in   touch   with   you   about   continuing   to   ensure   that   our Toras are fully Kosher and kept in proper condition. ═══════════════════════════════ D avid Miller -  Temple Beth Shalom - Santa Fe, NM Rabbi   Druin   played   such   a   strong   part   in   our   Holocaust   Torah Restoration   Project   video   presentation      because   he   has   such a   powerful   presence   when   speaking   with   TBS   individuals   or families. Thank     you     so     much     for helping     make     this     such     a wonderful Project and documentary. ═══════════════════════════════ G loria    Avner,    Executive    Vice-President    -    Keys    Jewish Community Center, FL Dear Moshe and Menachem I   trust   that   you   and   Sofers-on- Site        are        healthy        and prospering.     It     is     hard     to believe      that      a      year      has passed   since   you   worked   with us.   Gratitude   still   abounds   for the   wonderful   experience   our congregation had with you. In   my   head   I   am   hearing   your   voice   today,   your   reassurance that   you   would   always   be   with   us,   a   part   of   us.   We   are   wanting to   do   our   part   to   preserve   the   work   you   did   last   year.   We   have been   planning   to   air   out   our   Torah   this   Shabbat   morning   after services.   None   of   us   have   done   this   before,   not   even   our Resident   Scholar,   Rabbi   Agler,   though   he   is   willing   to   help.   A number   of   us   watched   you   do   it   when   we   brought   our   torah   to you.   You   accomplished   the   task   with      such   rapidity   and   grace, it   seemed   like   a   dance.   We   want   to   honor   our   Holocaust Torah and   preserve   it   far   into   the   future.   Can   you   give   us   some advice   and   instruction,   preferably   step   by   step.   Even   better,   do you have a video of how it is done. ═══════════════════════════════ El len    Bortz    -    Temple    Beth Ami Nursery School, MD I   wanted   to   express   our   deep appreciation    for    Rabbi    Levi Selwyn’s   time   with   our   Pre-K students    during    his    day    at Temple        Beth        Ami,        in Rockville,      MD,      this      past Wednesday. His   engagement   and   patience with    the    children    was    really remarkable.   He   had   to   repeat the      same      ‘schpeil’      three times,    and    each    time    was fresh       and       friendly!       Our children    came    to    him    well prepared,   and   therefore   really took   pride   in   actually   seeing, first   hand,   many   of   the   things they had been taught. Again, thank you so much. ═══════════════════════════════ M ark Loewenstein - Mishkan Torah Congregation, MD Shalom   Leah   and   Baruch,I'd      like      to      drop      you      a      brief      note     to      let      you      know      how      absolutely      delighted      we      were      with Rabbi      Salazar's      visit      to      our      shul      yesterday.      Rabbi      Salazar     is      clearly      a      very      talented      and   dedicated      sofer.      When      I     first      contacted      Sofer      on      Site,      my      immediate      aim      was      to     ensure   that         our         Czech         scroll         met         the         minimum        standards         of         the         Memorial        Trust.        The   congregation      and     I      are      thrilled      that      the      end      result      is      a      kosher      scroll      that     we      can      actually   use.Rabbi      Salazar's      education      class      was     wonderful.      It      was      insightful,      fascinating,      and      informative,     and      delivered      in      an   entertaining   way   with   plenty   of   humor. Rabbi   Salazar   truly   made   the   subject   come   alive.   We   were   all taken   by   his   charm.My   thanks   to   both   of   you   for   your   help   in arranging this. ═══════════════════════════════ Ca thie Platt - Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, MD You   won't   remember   me,   but   I was     invited     to     join     Rabbi Elissa                Sachs-Kohen's wonderful     family     this     past Sunday   at   Baltimore   Hebrew Congregation     to     meet     with you. When   you   were   speaking   of reconstructing      the      Hebrew letter    "Raysh",    of    the    word "forgiveness"   (HaKaparot)   as   it relates   to   the   happiness   we   feel   when   we   ask   for   forgiveness, and   right   before   we   all   touched   the   end   of   your   feather,   I   felt as   if   it   pierced   in   the   center   of   my   heart   and   tears   began   to flow.   I   was   deeply   touched   by   something-   I   would   say   -   in   the energy   that   was   existent   in   your   words,   in   the   Torah,   perhaps something associated with the Kabbalah. I   have   been   on   the   spiritual   path   for   some   years   now   as   well as   being   a   psychotherapist   here   in   Charlottesville,   Virginia, and   I   have   had   several   experiences   in   which   I   felt   a   door opened   within   me   that   allowed   me   to   touch   a   higher   force   . However,    this    experience    took    me    completely    by    surprise. With   some   apologies   (although   possibly   not   needed),   I   am   not a    "religious"    Jew    but    I    do    respond    to    energies    in    my environment.   I   have   not   tried   to   analyze   my   experience,   just felt it. I   wanted   to   share   my   experience   with   you   and   thank   you   for your   warmth,   your   explanations,   and   your   inclusion   of   us   in your work. Many thanks. ═══════════════════════════════ L eslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Shalom, Rabbi Druin. This   project   has   made   many new             friends,             and strengthened       cords       with existing   friends,   over   the   past year   –   for   me,   it   has   been   a labor   of   love   that   I   believe   will continue    to    resonate    as    we move   forward.   We   also   hope to     find     occasions     to     have     Rabbi     Selwyn     back     in     our community   –   he   has   been   a   wonderful   presence   here,   for which we are most grateful. Wishing   you   a   peaceful   and   restful   Shabbos,   and   may   we   all go from strength to strength _________________ Leslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbi Selwyn, Thank   you   for   your   words   of   thanks,   and   for   your   kind   words about   our   staff   too   –   I   feel   very   fortunate   every   time   I   step   into the door here, that is for sure. All   of   us   at   the   Fund   and   Public   Affairs   are   hoping   to   find   a way   to   bring   you   back   to   Calvary   –   we   are   so   blessed   to   have gotten   to   know   you   over   your   visits   here,   and   to   have   been   in your   presence   as   you   interacted   with   our   families.   I   often   say that   for   our   caregivers,   the   work   they   do   at   Calvary   is   not   a job,   but   a   calling,   and   that   is   how   I   think   we   all   felt   watching you   speak   with   everyone   who   came   to   write   a   letter.   You   truly came   to   understand   the   mission   of   this   place   –   on   behalf   of   all of us at the Fund and Public Affairs, thank you. Wishing   you   a   restful   Shabbos,   and   all   best   as   you   go   forward with    your    sacred    work.    Looking    forward    to    welcoming    you back   to   Calvary,   too   –   I   have   to   believe   we   will   find   a   way! With all best wishes _________________ Rabbi Rachmiel Rothberger - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbis Druin and Selwyn, As    our    Torah    restoration    project    has    come    to    a    close    at Calvary   Hospital,   we   want   to   truly   thank   you   for   leading   us   on this    most    inspirational    journey.    Each    of    the    educational components    from    the    evaluation    our    Torah,    to    the    launch, letter     writing     ceremonies,     as     well     as     our     rededication invigorated   a   spirit   of   excitement   and   positive   energy   to   all who came in contact with the Torah. Moreover,   our   restoration   project   helped   strengthen   a   sense   of unity   among   our   global   and   diverse   community   at   Calvary Hospital.    The    personal    explanations    that    accompanied    the writing   of   the   letters   were   a   source   of   enlightenment   for   the members   of   our   staff   and   families.   The   participants   were   able to   sense   their   personal   connection   to   this   special   Torah   scroll and   internalize   that   fact   that   Torah   is   a   Toras   Chaim   (Living document). The   project   had   also   served   as   a   source   of   comfort   for   our families.   Family   members   were   able   to   pay   tribute   to   their loved   ones   in   this   most   special   way   in   the   very   place   from where    their    loved    departed    to    meet    their    maker.    It    was    a distinct   honor   to   work   with   you   on   this   project,   and   very   fitting within   the   philosophy   of   Calvary   Hospital,   “the   place   where   life continues,”   that   life   was   restored   to   this   special   Torah.   May Hashem    bless    you    and    your    families,    and    may    you    merit continuing   to   sanctify   G-d’s   name   with   the   holy   work   that   you are doing. ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi Binyomin Luban, Rabbi Yisroel Y. Niman, Rabbi Mordechai Palgon -      Roshey      HaYeshiva      - Yeshiva   Toras   Chaim   Toras Emes - Miami, FL Dear Rabbi Druin, On   behalf   of   the   Roshei   HaYeshiva,   Board   of   Directors,   and the   entire   Yeshiva   Toras   Chaim   Toras   Emes   family,   we   would like   to   thank   you   for   coordinating   such   a   successful   Sefer Torah Campaign in such a short time. From    the    very    beginning,    your    expertise    proved    to    be invaluable.   Your   suggestions   were   always   on   the   mark   and your   guidance   was   the   key   to   our   success.   Your   commitment to   our   campaign   ensured   that   each   of   the   seven   Torah   Writing events,    culminating    with    the    Hachnasas    Sefer    Torah,    ran smoothly   and   were   truly   moving.   It   was   abundantly   clear   that Sofer     On     Site      was     consistently     reliable,     punctual     and extremely   knowledgeable.   The   moving   words   spoken   at   each event     inspired     the     attendees     and     set     the     proper     tone throughout the campaign. We    are    extremely    grateful    to    have    had    the    opportunity    to partner    with    this    amazing    journey    and    wish    you    continued hatzlacha in your avodas hakodesh. With much appreciation
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Torah         is         the         prized         inheritance         of         the         Jewish        people.         It         moves,         motivates,         and         unites         us         as        a         nation.         For      3,000         years         we         have         learned      to     live      our      lives      through      the      teachings,      guidance     and      message      of      Torah.      We   search      for      new      ways     to      bring      ourselves      closer      to      it.      At      Sofer      On      Site,     we      are      honored      to      provide      beautiful   STa’M      of      the     highest      Halachic      standards,      while      bringing      Torah’s     timeless          messages          to          you,          and          inspire generations to come.
Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Weekend Closed
Address: 991 North Miami Beach Blvd. N. Miami Beach, FL 33162 Phone: 305-770-3481 Fax: 305-770-4204 Toll-free: 1-877-HASOFER (427-6337) Email: info@soferonsite.com
Testimonials Personal feedback on Sofer On Site’ s projects and services.
Beth Israel  Synagogue   Vidalia, GA
═══════════════════════════════ M arlene     Tomlin,     President     -          Beth     Israel Synagogue - Vidalia, GA It   has   been   a   joyous   blessing   to   work   with   everyone at   Sofer   On   Site .   Our   thanks   and   our   prayers   will always be with all of you. ​What   a   joy!     The   workmanship   was   beautiful!   What   a lovely   sight!      Again,   many   thank   yous   with   much gratitude   and   many   blessings   to   you   and   your   staff.      I   hope   that   we   will   get   to   meet one   day!   Your   warmth   and   caring   shine   through   in   your   communications.      We   greatly appreciate everything all of you have done to assist us in koshering our Torah! ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi   Bennett   F.   Miller   -      Anshe   Emeth   Memorial Temple - New Brunswick, NJ I   am   writing   to   express   my   appreciation   to   Rabbi Salazar   for   his   visit   here   in   New   Brunswick,   and   his kindness and care of our Torah Scrolls. We are very grateful. We   have   also   received   the   recommendations   that you   have   made   to   us   about   continued   repair   and restoration. Now   that   Chagim   are   over   we   will   make   some   decisions   soon   and   be   in   touch   with you   about   continuing   to   ensure   that   our   Toras   are   fully   Kosher   and   kept   in   proper condition. ═══════════════════════════════ D avid Miller -  Temple Beth Shalom - Santa Fe, NM Rabbi    Druin    played    such    a    strong    part    in    our Holocaust       Torah       Restoration       Project       video presentation        because    he    has    such    a    powerful presence    when    speaking    with    TBS    individuals    or families. Thank   you   so   much   for   helping   make   this   such   a wonderful Project and documentary. ═══════════════════════════════ G loria Avner, Executive Vice-President - Keys Jewish Community Center, FL Dear Moshe and Menachem I   trust   that   you   and   Sofers-on-Site   are   healthy   and prospering.    It    is    hard    to    believe    that    a    year    has passed    since    you    worked    with    us.    Gratitude    still abounds      for      the      wonderful      experience      our congregation had with you. In    my    head    I    am    hearing    your    voice    today,    your reassurance   that   you   would   always   be   with   us,   a part   of   us.   We   are   wanting   to   do   our   part   to   preserve   the   work   you   did   last   year.   We have   been   planning   to   air   out   our Torah   this   Shabbat   morning   after   services.   None   of us   have   done   this   before,   not   even   our   Resident   Scholar,   Rabbi   Agler,   though   he   is willing   to   help. A   number   of   us   watched   you   do   it   when   we   brought   our   torah   to   you. You   accomplished   the   task   with      such   rapidity   and   grace,   it   seemed   like   a   dance.   We want   to   honor   our   Holocaust   Torah   and   preserve   it   far   into   the   future.   Can   you   give us   some   advice   and   instruction,   preferably   step   by   step.   Even   better,   do   you   have   a video of how it is done. ═══════════════════════════════ El len   Bortz   -   Temple   Beth   Ami   Nursery   School, MD I   wanted   to   express   our   deep   appreciation   for   Rabbi Levi   Selwyn’s   time   with   our   Pre-K   students   during his   day   at   Temple   Beth   Ami,   in   Rockville,   MD,   this past Wednesday. His   engagement   and   patience   with   the   children   was really    remarkable.    He    had    to    repeat    the    same ‘schpeil’   three   times,   and   each   time   was   fresh   and friendly!   Our   children   came   to   him   well   prepared,   and   therefore   really   took   pride   in actually seeing, first hand, many of the things they had been taught. Again, thank you so much. ═══════════════════════════════ M ark Loewenstein - Mishkan Torah Congregation, MD Shalom   Leah   and   Baruch,I'd      like      to      drop      you      a     brief      note      to      let      you      know      how      absolutely     delighted      we      were      with   Rabbi      Salazar's      visit      to     our      shul      yesterday.      Rabbi      Salazar      is      clearly      a     very      talented      and   dedicated      sofer.      When      I      first     contacted      Sofer      on      Site,      my      immediate      aim      was     to      ensure   that         our         Czech         scroll         met         the        minimum         standards         of         the         Memorial         Trust.        The   congregation      and      I      are      thrilled      that      the      end     result      is      a      kosher      scroll      that      we      can      actually   use.Rabbi      Salazar's      education     class      was      wonderful.      It      was      insightful,      fascinating,      and      informative,      and     delivered      in      an   entertaining   way   with   plenty   of   humor.   Rabbi   Salazar   truly   made   the subject   come   alive.   We   were   all   taken   by   his   charm.My   thanks   to   both   of   you   for   your help in arranging this. ═══════════════════════════════ Ca thie   Platt   -   Baltimore   Hebrew   Congregation, MD You   won't   remember   me,   but   I   was   invited   to   join Rabbi    Elissa    Sachs-Kohen's    wonderful    family    this past   Sunday   at   Baltimore   Hebrew   Congregation   to meet with you. When    you    were    speaking    of    reconstructing    the Hebrew    letter    "Raysh",    of    the    word    "forgiveness" (HaKaparot)   as   it   relates   to   the   happiness   we   feel   when   we   ask   for   forgiveness,   and right   before   we   all   touched   the   end   of   your   feather,   I   felt   as   if   it   pierced   in   the   center of   my   heart   and   tears   began   to   flow.   I   was   deeply   touched   by   something-   I   would   say -   in   the   energy   that   was   existent   in   your   words,   in   the   Torah,   perhaps   something associated with the Kabbalah. I    have    been    on    the    spiritual    path    for    some    years    now    as    well    as    being    a psychotherapist   here   in   Charlottesville,   Virginia,   and   I   have   had   several   experiences in   which   I   felt   a   door   opened   within   me   that   allowed   me   to   touch   a   higher   force   . However,   this   experience   took   me   completely   by   surprise.   With   some   apologies (although   possibly   not   needed),   I   am   not   a   "religious"   Jew   but   I   do   respond   to energies in my environment. I have not tried to analyze my experience, just felt it. I   wanted   to   share   my   experience   with   you   and   thank   you   for   your   warmth,   your explanations, and your inclusion of us in your work. Many thanks. ═══════════════════════════════ L eslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Shalom, Rabbi Druin. This    project    has    made    many    new    friends,    and strengthened   cords   with   existing   friends,   over   the past   year   –   for   me,   it   has   been   a   labor   of   love   that   I believe    will    continue    to    resonate    as    we    move forward.   We   also   hope   to   find   occasions   to   have Rabbi   Selwyn   back   in   our   community   –   he   has   been a   wonderful   presence   here,   for   which   we   are   most grateful. Wishing   you   a   peaceful   and   restful   Shabbos,   and may we all go from strength to strength _________________ Leslie Bernstein - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbi Selwyn, Thank   you   for   your   words   of   thanks,   and   for   your   kind   words   about   our   staff   too   –   I feel very fortunate every time I step into the door here, that is for sure. All   of   us   at   the   Fund   and   Public Affairs   are   hoping   to   find   a   way   to   bring   you   back   to Calvary   –   we   are   so   blessed   to   have   gotten   to   know   you   over   your   visits   here,   and   to have   been   in   your   presence   as   you   interacted   with   our   families.   I   often   say   that   for our   caregivers,   the   work   they   do   at   Calvary   is   not   a   job,   but   a   calling,   and   that   is   how I   think   we   all   felt   watching   you   speak   with   everyone   who   came   to   write   a   letter.   You truly   came   to   understand   the   mission   of   this   place   –   on   behalf   of   all   of   us   at   the   Fund and Public Affairs, thank you. Wishing   you   a   restful   Shabbos,   and   all   best   as   you   go   forward   with   your   sacred work.   Looking   forward   to   welcoming   you   back   to   Calvary,   too   –   I   have   to   believe   we will find a way! With all best wishes _________________ Rabbi Rachmiel Rothberger - Calvary Hospital - NY Dear Rabbis Druin and Selwyn, As   our   Torah   restoration   project   has   come   to   a   close   at   Calvary   Hospital,   we   want   to truly    thank    you    for    leading    us    on    this    most    inspirational    journey.    Each    of    the educational   components   from   the   evaluation   our   Torah,   to   the   launch,   letter   writing ceremonies,    as    well    as    our    rededication    invigorated    a    spirit    of    excitement    and positive energy to all who came in contact with the Torah. Moreover,   our   restoration   project   helped   strengthen   a   sense   of   unity   among   our global   and   diverse   community   at   Calvary   Hospital.   The   personal   explanations   that accompanied    the    writing    of    the    letters    were    a    source    of    enlightenment    for    the members   of   our   staff   and   families. The   participants   were   able   to   sense   their   personal connection   to   this   special   Torah   scroll   and   internalize   that   fact   that   Torah   is   a   Toras Chaim (Living document). The   project   had   also   served   as   a   source   of   comfort   for   our   families.   Family   members were   able   to   pay   tribute   to   their   loved   ones   in   this   most   special   way   in   the   very   place from   where   their   loved   departed   to   meet   their   maker.   It   was   a   distinct   honor   to   work with   you   on   this   project,   and   very   fitting   within   the   philosophy   of   Calvary   Hospital, “the   place   where   life   continues,”   that   life   was   restored   to   this   special   Torah.   May Hashem   bless   you   and   your   families,   and   may   you   merit   continuing   to   sanctify   G-d’s name with the holy work that you are doing. ═══════════════════════════════ R abbi Binyomin Luban, Rabbi Yisroel Y. Niman, Rabbi Mordechai Palgon -   Roshey   HaYeshiva   - Yeshiva   Toras   Chaim   Toras Emes - Miami, FL Dear Rabbi Druin, On    behalf    of    the    Roshei    HaYeshiva,    Board    of Directors,   and   the   entire   Yeshiva   Toras   Chaim   Toras   Emes   family,   we   would   like   to thank   you   for   coordinating   such   a   successful   Sefer   Torah   Campaign   in   such   a   short time. From   the   very   beginning,   your   expertise   proved   to   be   invaluable.   Your   suggestions were   always   on   the   mark   and   your   guidance   was   the   key   to   our   success.   Your commitment   to   our   campaign   ensured   that   each   of   the   seven   Torah   Writing   events, culminating   with   the   Hachnasas   Sefer   Torah,   ran   smoothly   and   were   truly   moving.   It was   abundantly   clear   that   Sofer   On   Site    was   consistently   reliable,   punctual   and extremely   knowledgeable.   The   moving   words   spoken   at   each   event   inspired   the attendees and set the proper tone throughout the campaign. We   are   extremely   grateful   to   have   had   the   opportunity   to   partner   with   this   amazing journey and wish you continued hatzlacha in your avodas hakodesh. With much appreciation
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