Mark Klein headlines LBSY fundraiser

Mark Klein

Louisville Beit Sefer Yachad (LBSY) is presenting a night of Jewish comedy with the proceeds helping to support the Jewish Louisville religious school.
“Kosher Comedy Night” featuring regional and well-known comedian Mark Klein, is slated for Sunday, Nov. 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., at The Standard Club. The evening also will include libations and cuisine.
A native of Louisville, Klein has several TV appearances to his credit including “48 Hours” on CBS, “Comedy on the Road” on A&E and “Comedy Club” on Showtime. He also has done stand-up at comedy clubs across the nation and has entertained at business association meetings and on college campuses.
He is married, has one son, owns his own racehorse and “the dumbest dog in the world.”
LBSY provides religious education to children throughout Jewish Louisville. The kids come from Kentucky and Indiana, including congregations Adath Jeshurun, Keneseth Israel and Temple Shalom.
The school traces its roots to 1903, making it one of Louisville’s oldest Jewish institutions.
With a mission to educate students from different movements, while maintaining a sense of continuity and community, LBSY relies on financial support from businesses and individuals.
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