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Chabad Brings Sound of the Shofar to the Homebound

Allan Sheff “will never forget” when Rabbi Leibel Fine came to his doorstep with a shofar in hand. “It was the first day of Rosh Hashanah, and I wasn’t feeling well and hadn’t been able to attend synagogue. That afternoon there was a knock at the door, and there was Leibel, who’d recently arrived with his wife, Chana, to establish a Chabad House.

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Chabad House in Latin America Seeking Bochurim for Tishrei

A Chabad House in Latin America is looking for 2 Bochurim to help for Tishrei, beginning before Rosh Hashana until after Simchas Torah

for more details please contact shlichuslatino@gmail.com

Photos: Ukraine Shluchim Gather in Dnepropetrovsk

The team of Chabad Shluchim operating in the Eastern European nation of Ukraine, which is currently embroiled in a war with Russian-backed separatists in the east, gathered in the city of Dnepropetrovsk for a regional Kinus to share ideas and inspiration. The kinus was hosted by Shliach and chief rabbi of the city Rabbi Shmuel Kaminetzky, and was attended by Merkos vice-chairman Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky.

In the Ancient City of Hebron, Chabad Center Celebrates a Special Bar Mitzvah: Its Own

It’s impossible to know how many bar mitzvahs have been celebrated in this most ancient of Jewish cities in the last 3,700 years since the patriarch Abraham purchased his family’s burial plot here. It’s just as difficult to determine how many Chassidic celebrations and milestones have been marked since the second Chabad-Lubavitch Rebbe—Rabbi Dov Ber, known as the Mittler Rebbe—purchased property in this holy city more than 200 years ago.

Chabad of Mineola: ‘Thank You Police!’

With the recent scourge of Police personnel being attacked around the country, Chabad of Mineola, NY, has launched a new ‘Thank You Police Officer’ project.

3 Chabad Campus Rabbis Have Led 100 Birthright Trips

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Three Chabad Rabbis from Delaware, Illinois, and California, hold the record for the most Taglit-Birthright trips led, with an astonishing 100+ trips between them. The rabbis, who are all in their 50s, describe the trips as energizing experiences and have no plans of slowing down.