Israel Bond Drive raises money and lifts spirits

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A thousand-and-one thanks to Arthur Feigenbaum and Pearl Feigenbaum. The giving couple was recently honored during the annual Israel Bond Drive held at the Avenue Z Jewish Center for their dedication and commitment to the community and the center.

Arthur, a mensch of all mensches, is a retired real estate broker who has been involved in civic matters and a longtime member of the Jewish War Veterans organization. He is commander of the Kings County post of Jewish War Veterans, current commander of the Fleischmans-Horowitz Colonel Mickey Marcus Post No. 6, a member of the Knights of Pythias, and newly elected congregation president.

Lovely wife and life partner Pearl is the secretary and bookkeeper for the local chapter of Jewish War Veterans. The pair has traveled extensively back and forth to Israel and is very instrumental in raising funds for the annual bond drive. This year the event managed to raise $235,000, which is a lot of gelt no matter how you slice it.

The pair has also been married for 54 years and has two children, Cindy Kaim and Sheri Sadi, along with four grandchildren — Matthew, Valerie, Samantha, and Alison.

Standing O says, “Thanks for the gelt and mazel tov.”

Avenue Z Jewish Center [875 Avenue Z and Coney Island Avenue in Sheepshead Bay, (718) 646–9874].

Reach reporter Joanna DelBuono at or by calling (718) 260-2523.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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