Chicago Wedding September 2010

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From: Michael Levy
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2010 12:55 AM
To: Richard Steyn
Cc: stephanie levy; candice levy; Aaron Crane; Kenneth Crane
Subject: RE: Wedding

Hi Richard and the entire TJMC

Thank you for this very special and meaningful note. The Levy/Crane families are deeply honored to have you present at our Simcha and to help make it a once in a life time memory.

Hashem has blessed you all with a tremendous gift in your talent and then your willingness to share it with all. May you be able to bring joy to Klal Yisroel for many years to come.

We will most certainly drink Le Chaim together. Chosen Kala (Aaron/Candi) Mazeltov!!!!

Michael, Stephanie, Ken and Debbie.

 

From: Richard Steyn [mailto:torontojewishmalechoir@gmail.com]

Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:19 PM
To: Michael Levy
Subject: Wedding

 

Dear Mike & Steph

On behalf of the Toronto Jewish Male Choir, we wish you, the Cranes and all your families, a very hearty mazal tov on the occasion of Candice & Aaron’s wedding on Sunday. We hope that you, your families and friends who will be in Chicago to share in your happiness will enjoy the simcha and that you will remain with lasting and joyous memories of this special event. More often than not, the months of planning and preparation dissolve into a frenetic maelstrom as the day unfolds and the hours speed by like seconds, leaving the families to rely on and to savour the recorded images and sounds in the post wedding euphoria.

We hope that our contribution to the wedding ceremony and to elements of the reception will delight and move you and that our rendition of the timeless Jewish music which envelops the passion, spirituality and emotion as the marriage ceremony proceeds, will prove to be a significant part of what will undoubtedly be a memorable day..

Thank you for inviting us to be a part of the celebration and for your overwhelming generosity. The months of preparation and the communication between us have been pleasant and productive and I know that you will be thrilled with the choir’s performance. I know too that you will be very busy with your guests but I’m determined that we will find time to at least raise our glasses and drink l’chaim for ourselves, our families and all the world.

Kind regards and best wishes.

Richard Steyn

President

Toronto Jewish Male Choir