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Perry and Gladys Rosenstein Honored for 20 Years of Puffin Cultural Forum
  
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Perry and Gladys Rosenstein, right, receive gifts from their grandchildren, Oskar and Fraya, as their son, Neal Rosenstein looks on. The occasion was a dinner honoring the Rosensteins on the 20th anniversary of Teaneck's Puffin Cultural Forum, supported by the family's Puffin Foundation. Photo courtesy of Rachel Banai

"It started with a suggestion from a friend, a little more than 20 years ago – why not use some of the money from the sale of a successful nuts-and-bolts and tools business to stage Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance?” In Yiddish, no less. And in the little village of Montgomery, in Orange County, N.Y. “We didn’t speak or understand a word of Yiddish,” Gladys Rosenstein recalled Monday night at a dinner attended by about 60 friends and colleagues to honor her and her husband, Perry, on the 20th anniversary of the Puffin Cultural Forum."

Read the full article at the Teaneck Independent https://www.teaneckindependent.com/2017-0608-puffin