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Girls needed for Elul and Tishrei

Seeking to hire a mature young woman (or two) to join us for the months of Elul and Tishrei filled with Shlichus in in the sunny south as the Youth Program Director in our Chabad House. Must be self motivated, friendly, outgoing, able to initiate and execute programming ideas.

Driver’s license needed, age 22+ preferred, at least 2 years prior work experience .

Generous salary and accommodations offered.

Please email your resume and references to:

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69 Pomona Road $589,000
75 Halley Drive $600,000
29 White Birch Drive $589,000
31 White Birch Drive $499,000
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268 South Main St. | New City, NY 10956
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Oholei Torah Founders Honored with Permanent Dedication

In preparation for the 59th Annual Dinner of Oholei Torah, bronze plaques have been erected on the main entrance ways of the Anchor building of Oholei Torah’s Eastern Parkway Campus, dedicating them in everlasting memory of the mossad’s co-founders, Reb Michoel and Rebbetzin Esther Teitelbaum, OBM. They will now be known as the ‘Sha’arei Teitelbaum,’ gateways of Torah and Avodah.


Letter & Spirit: Why 613 Mitzvos for Us and 7 for Them?

In this week’s edition of Letter and Spirit, in anticipation of the Yomtov of Shavuos, we present a letter from the Rebbe in which he explains why G-d gave 613 commandments to the Jews and 7 commandments to the rest of humankind, the benei Noach. The letter was written through the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel, and was made available by the latter’s son-in-law, Rabbi Sholom Ber Shapiro.

Shliach Borrows a Chopper and Rescues Stranded Israelis

When Chabad of Nepal got word that about 50 Israelis were stuck in several remote villages with no food, electricity or water, they sprang into action, organizing an effort to try and reach them. But a rescue mission to deliver food and a satellite phone to them by motorcycle yesterday ended after a 10-hour journey that met with blocked roads and no way to get through to them.

Video: Why Do They Riot?

Many people are shaking their heads at the destruction in Baltimore and wondering how anyone could burn and loot their own community. PIX11 News spoke to Richard Green, an activist in the Crown Heights African-American community, about what he believes leads protesters to stage violent riots.