ULY-OP Chinese Auction Winners Announced

United Lubavitcher Yeshiva-Ocean Parkway has released the names of all the lucky winners in its Chinese auction held yesterday, Sunday. The biggest winners, of course, are the students of ULY-OP, who will benefit greatly physically and spiritually from the proceeds of this event. Is your name on the list?

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Girls needed for Elul and Tishrei

Seeking to hire a mature young woman (or two) to join us for Elul & Tishrei filled with Shlichus in North Carolina 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 & accommodations offered.

Please email your resume & references to: dchchabad@gmail.com

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Kingston Avenue Pizza Shop Seeking Cashier

Pomodori, a pizza shop on Kingston Avenue, is seeking a part-time cashier.

Must be a Shomer Shabbos

Call Cesar for more details (347) 785-5414

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Make the Smart Move to Pomona, NY!

69 Pomona Road $589,000
75 Halley Drive $600,000
29 White Birch Drive $589,000
31 White Birch Drive $499,000
27 South Ridge $699,000
46 Halley Drive $499,000
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345 Call Hollow Road $419,000
14 Cherry Lane $369,900
12 Carteret Drive $474,900

For further info on other Pomona properties call Goldie!

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268 South Main St. | New City, NY 10956
Office: (845) 634-4202

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Op-Ed: The Truth About Camps

by Yehuda Kaplan

Over the past decade, thousands of words have been spilled, in conversation and in print, over the alarming rate of our youth going off the derech. Accusations have been made against our school systems and against the parents. The rabbonim, the mashpiyim and even our store vendors have been blamed.

Missing Crown Heights Hikers Located

Dani Cole and Mendy Losh have made contact with family members and friends early this morning after being out of touch since Friday afternoon. Saturday a massive earthquake struck near the capital of Nepal and claimed the lives of over 2,000 people including three Americans.

Chabad Center Becomes Crisis Hub After Earthquake

Hundreds of Israeli backpackers and tourists took refuge at the Chabad center in Kathmandu, Nepal, after a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated the capital city shortly before noon on Saturday. Some were given emergency medical treatment there as emissaries and volunteers worked frantically to help locate the missing, and to provide food and shelter to the stranded. Nearly 1,800 people have been confirmed killed, with thousands more inured and missing.