Yachad Spotlight - Moshe Grossbard
Moshe Grossbard is a student in Lander College and a NY Yachad Advisor.
Avi Feder: When was your first introduction to Yachad?
Moshe Grossbard: Earlier this year, I wasn’t sure what Yachad was about. I thought it was maybe Kiruv? When someone posted in the Landers Group Chat about it, and other friends were going with me too, I decided to go on the Deal Junior Yachad Shabbaton.
Avi: What is something you are looking forward to in Yachad?
Moshe: The next time I’m able to join a Shabbaton!
Avi: What is your favorite part of Yachad programs?
Moshe: The Oneg. Everyone enjoys, and the Advisors get a chance to relax and chill.
Avi: What is your favorite Shabbos food?
Avi: Alright, too many people say that – I need to know what ingredient in Cholent?
Avi: I need more details here, what type of meat?
Moshe: You ever had Turkey Shwarma in Cholent?
Avi: Ooh, No.
Moshe: Oh, I gotta hook you up. People don’t know about it enough.
Avi: This is why I love my job 🙂
AF: How about favorite Yachad Swag item?
Moshe: Drawstring Bags. I use it a lot.
AF: What’s something we wouldn’t have known but is a hidden talent of yours?
Moshe: Um, idno, I’m gonna ask my roommate Efraim Klecky (short pause) Oh, I guess I’m not talented. Just write sports I guess. Bad roommates.
AF: Can you tell us about your personal highlight of Yachad involvement?
Moshe: After Shabbos when all the members enjoy the Melava Malka.
AF: Before we’re done, what’s one fun fact about you?
Moshe: Ok, I can give you one, but it’s complicated. My mother and all her siblings had the same expected due date for their births – June 10th, yet none of them were born on that actual due date. Then my Father married into the family and turns out – his birthday is June 10th.