Girls Describe ‘Hachnosas Orchim’ in Crown Heights

Dramatic change came this year for girls who stayed in Crown Heights for the month of Tishrei. Thanks to the help of a number of donors Bnot Chabad provided dignified accommodation for some 200 girls, meaningful programing throughout their stay, daily meals and trips to the Ohel. As the guests make their way back home with renewed Chayus and Hiskashrus, some share their experiences spending ‘Tishrei with the Rebbe’.

1/3/13
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The duties of the job include teaching Literacy and Math. It is two and a half to three hours daily, Monday – Thursday.

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Rambam Class Spans the Globe

by Rivka Chaya Berman

In a few short months, Marco Jenau will be completing the three-year cycle of the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah with “Rabbi Gordon Live” as he whips along Germany’s autobahn highway. Michael Hirsch, who has been streaming Rabbi Joshua Gordon’s classes on Torah and Tanya for years, will toast the completion with a slug of coffee as he studies at dawn on the east coast of the United States. During the wine dark night in Norway, Ole Mads Sirks Vevle will tune in for a class that started in Chabad of Encino, CA, and has grown into one of Chabad.org’s most popular online video classes worldwide.

Daily News: Sukkah Builders Rake It In

A crown Heights-based business was the subject of a NY Daily News feature article on the seasonal ‘pop-up’ industry of Sukkah building, describing how Yeshiva Students earn a quick buck building the wooden and canvas huts in advance of the weeklong holiday.