1/3/13
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Menorah Lit at Spot Where Frierdiker Rebbe Arrived in Philadelphia Exactly 85 Years Earlier

On Monday, Dec. 16th, 1929 (exactly 85 years ago to the day), a Philadelphia Yiddish Newspaper reported that a day before – on Sun, December 15th, 1929 at 12:45pm – there were cries of “baruch haba” from a crowd of 3,000 strong who were gathered at 30th Street train station to greet Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneershon, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe.

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Position: Executive Assistant

Requirements: Comfortable composing letters, scheduling visits, communicating with clients. Intuitive and self-starter.

Experience: Previous office experience preferred.

Long term commitment only. Based in our Crown Heights office. Must be legal to work in the U.S.

Please send your resume to jobs@ok.org, subject “Executive Assistant”.

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Video: Igniting Souls in Sydney

Each Friday afternoon, an excited group of Kesser Torah College Boys’ High School students race from class to board buses to different parts of Sydney’s Eastern suburbs. This weekly foray is a highlight of their week, when they get the opportunity to share the warmth of Judaism that they experience during their school day with Jewish men and women in the wider community.

Brooklyn Friendship Circle Celebrates Chanukah

Children with special needs, their siblings and parents gathered on the first night of Chanukah for the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn’s annual Chanukah Celebration. The party brought together nearly 500 men, women and children from across the spectrum of the community, all celebrating the holiday of lights – at a place where ALL children are able to shine!

Letter & Spirit: Tznius and the Chanukah Miracle

In this week’s edition of Letter & Spirit, we present an enlightening letter from the Rebbe on the important role of the woman in the miracle of Chanukah. It begins with her self-sacrifice for tznius at a time of Greek influence and trends which large segments of the Jewish population, Hellenists, fell prey to during those difficult times.