At the state-of-the-art Tiferes Hamatzos bakery in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, matzahs are hand-rolled and baked under strict rabbinical supervision. In this eastern Ukrainian city—the country’s fourth-largest, and historically one of its most Jewish—the crisp, round matzahs are carefully packaged and then shipped throughout Ukraine. But Dnepropetrovsk’s matzah output goes far beyond Ukraine’s redrawn borders; the bakery annually produces more than 70 tons of the crunchy unleavened bread, much of which is sent abroad and made available to consumers in Europe, the Americas and even Israel.
A Lubavitch Girls’ School in Los Angeles came together to raise the spirit and show support for a fellow student who is battling cancer. The gesture, which came as a complete surprise to the girl, brought tears to the eyes of even the veteran LAPD officers who witnessed it.
All it took was some pieces of ordinary plywood, a can of black chalkboard paint, and rainbow-colored chalk to create a wall of hope.
The Crown Heights Beis Din has released a list of food items that bear the Badatz’ Hashgacha for use on Pesach. Included as well is a list of Zmanim for the community’s convenience over the Yomtov.
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Yeshivas Lubavitch of Manchester has been granted planning permission for the redevelopment of the Beis Menacham School at Park Lane, Broughton Park, to provide a 20,000 sq. ft. yeshiva, school and Shul.
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The Serebryanski family is sitting Shiva after the passing of their father, R’ Chaim, OBM, at 727 Eastern Pkwy. [between Kingston and Brooklyn Aves.] until Wednesday morning. Shachris: 9:00 and 10:00 am. Mincha: 6:50 pm (2 Minyonim). Maariv: Tzeis (2 Minyonim). Visiting hours: 9:00 am … Continued
Camp Gan Israel in the Poconos’ Directors Gershon and Devorah Sandler announced the hiring of Rabbi Boruch Shmuel and Rivka Rochel Liberow to join their leadership team.
A new Lubavitch girls’ school, named Cheder Chabad Girls of Long Island, will be opening its doors this fall. In its first year, the school will offer Pre1A, 1st and 2nd grades, and will be located in Lynbrook, NY.
The Rappaport family of Toronto is sitting Shiva after the passing of their mother, Rechil, OBM, in Crown Heights at 1404 President St. [between Kingston and Brooklyn Aves.] until Sunday morning. Shachris: 7:30 and 8:30 am Mincha: 1:45 and 7:10 pm Maariv: … Continued
Taking lessons from contemporary life, the children of Chabad-Lubavitch representatives to Downtown Vancouver won top spots in the Public Speaking Contest Award of the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver.
Teens from all over South Florida came together to pack shmura matzos to distribute to Jewish residents, nursing homes, hospitals, schools and businesses.
After suffering in silence for almost 10 years, a young Los Angeles mother recounted to a large crowd about the three long years of abuse that she endured from the age of 14 – at the hands of a well-loved rabbi and trusted family friend.
A few weeks after registration opened for Pesach ‘Merkos Shlichus,’ the Bochurim who signed up were called to Merkos’ offices at Chabad HQ where they displayed their expertise at leading a public Seder and their knowledge of the necessary Halachos.
Dozens of Jews from Zhitomir and its surrounding region, as well as many guests from Israel and the Diaspora, gathered to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of the son of Rabbi Shlomo Wilhem, head Shliach of Zhitomir and Western Ukraine.
Kehot Publication Society has announced the publishing of the complete collection of the historic periodical Kovetz Lubavitch—the Lubavitch journal published in New York beginning in 1944.
The UJA federation of NY has awarded CTeen – the Chabad Teen Network with summer scholarship grants for NY area teens who wish to attend their summer program – CTeen Xtreme travel camp.
The winner of Camp Emunah’s annual Split the Pot Raffle has been announced. The lucky winner will receive $5,500 in cash.
The Jewish community of Ann Arbor, Michigan, celebrated a historic milestone on Sunday, March 8th, with the chanukas habayis of a beautiful newly renovated Mikvah, sponsored by Mikvah USA.
The first-ever Chassidic bar mitzvah in Pasco County—a mix of rural and suburban neighborhoods on Florida’s west coast near Tampa—drew about 250 people from the area, as well as from Massachusetts, New York, France and even Russia.
After much anticipation the winners of the first ever MyLife: Essay Contest were announced live last night during the 61st episode of MyLife: Chassidus Applied. The five judges – Rabbis Leibel Altein, Yaakov Brawer, Y.Y. Jacobson, Sholom Lipskar and Eli Silberstein – evaluated the essays and selected the winners, from the 530 (!) submissions received, using an intensive grading system.
Just two days after an historic election in Israel in which the Prime Minister was returned to another term as Prime Minister, the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer and his wife, Rhoda, were honored at the Inaugural Chabad of Bethesda Gala Dinner.
Chabad of Orange County’s Jewish Women’s Circle enjoyed a tasty and informative Passover-Gluten Free Cooking Demonstration this past Wednesday, held at the Chabad Center in Chester, NY. The demo was presented by expert Chef Shifra Klein of Brooklyn, editor of the highly acclaimed Joy Of Kosher Magazine.