CTeens Enjoy Thrilling East Coast Road Trip

Photos: Eliyahu Ezagui

A group of sixty teens from CTeen across the Tri-States took a road trip through the East Coast with trips including tagging, Six Flags and Sky Zone. They even stopped by Baltimore’s 770 replica and had some bar mitzvahs along the way.

A group of sixty teens from CTeen across the Tri-States took a road trip through the East Coast with trips including tagging, Six Flags and Sky Zone.

The trip was one of CTeen’s Tristate Regional trips, which take place every summer. The trip, coordinated by shliach Rabbi Yaakov Wilansky of Roslyn Heights, took a three-day tour through some of the best attractions on the East Coast.

The teens enjoyed sightseeing and trips to Six Flags America, SkyZone, laser tag, and other exciting trips. The group even had a chance to stop by the replica of 770 in Baltimore, where they posed for a group photo.

The teens, and the bochurim who accompanied them, also convinced a number of Jewish men to put on tefillin, including one of their bus drivers, the manager of the SkyZone, and a number of others as well, some for their first time.

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