OJPAC 2021 Appreciation Event & Policy Conference

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OJPAC (Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council), an organization dedicated to countering the defamation of the Orthodox Jewish Community, and championing civil rights and civil liberties, held its annual appreciation event and policy conference in Westchester Thursday evening, with elected officials, organizational leaders, independent activists and media figures. OJPAC leaders held policy sessions with elected officials, followed by a dinner event, with awards given to askanim in various categories. Here, New York City Councilman Kalman Yeger (2nd L) receives the Askan in Government Award from OJPAC founders (from L) Yossi Gestetner, Mayer Hersh Berger and Aron Spielman.
Agudath Israel New Jersey Director Avi Schnall (2nd L) accepting the Organizational Askan Award from OJPAC founders (from L) Yossi Gestetner, Mayer Hersh Berger and Aron Spielman.
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New York State Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein (L) speaking with Kiryas Joel Administrator Gedalia Segedin.
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L-R: Chaskel Bennett, Board Member at Agudath Israel and Flatbust Jewish Community Coalition; New York State Assemblyman Mike Lawler; New Square Mayor Izzy Spitzer.
MET Council CEO David Greenfield; Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder and OJPAC Co-Foundere Aron Spielman and Mayer Berger. In the background is Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht.
New York State Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (in red tie) speaking. Seen R-L are Agudath Israel Executive Vice President Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel, OJPAC founder Yossi Gestetner, Meyer Tauber, and Assemblyman Karl Brabanec. Assemblyman Mike Lawler (foreground) has back to camera.
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R-L: Met Council CEO and former New York City Councilman David Greenfield, Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder, OJPAC co-founders Aron Spielman and Mayer Hersh Berger. In the background is Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht.