The CAHAL Yeshiva of South Shore sixth grade class enjoyed a day of simcha and chessed with the residents of the Nautilus assisted living facility in Atlantic Beach.
Rabbi Chananya Grinberg, Rabbi David Nagarpowers, Elaine Brenner and Justin Lepolstat accompanied the boys and helped to create a memorable experience for both the class and residents.
The boys had the opportunity to introduce themselves and share their backgrounds. Together with their rebbeim and teachers, they sang songs and danced, spreading simcha to all the men and women who attended the program.
The highlight of the event was when the boys were able to connect with residents in one-to-one conversations. Many of the residents shared their own stories, and the students listened attentively and asked questions. Afterward, the boys enjoyed a special lunch at Carlos and Gabby’s.