Amid much joyous singing and dancing, 20 Talmidim HaShluchim, graduates of Oholei Torah, were welcomed to Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France.
We are seeking a female Pre-K teacher to teach in our Title I Program at Beis Chaya Mushka.
Applicants must have completed the following:
- NYS Licensed in Early childhood – Child Abuse Workshop – School Violence Prevention Workshop
The duties of the job include teaching Literacy and Math. It is two and a half to three hours daily, Monday – Thursday.
Compensation will be discussed at the time of interview. It is competitive. Please send your resume to the e-mail provided.
Alberto Vigil – Brienza’s Academic Advantage
Title I Director
Chaim Hershkowitz, a Lubavitcher puppeteer and founder of Torah Treasures – the maker of many popular educational DVDs for Jewish children, was featured in this week’s Mishpacha magazine, to whom he granted an extensive interview about his fascinating, entertaining and educational line of work.
Israel’s Minister of Welfare and Social Services, Meir Cohen, accompanied by Yair Revivo, the mayor of the city of Lod, visited the humanitarian organization Yad B’Yad, to learn about the plight of Israel’s impoverished.
A special magic show and rally marked the first anniversary of Shula’s Library in Jerusalem on Monday. The library is named after Shula Swerdlow, who passed away five years ago at age 3.
Hundreds of men and women gathered in front of 770 this morning to pay their last respects to Mrs. Miriam Slater, OBM, a longtime member of the Crown Heights community and celebrated Baalas Chesed, who passed away Monday morning at the age of 60.
Staff Sgt. Oz Mendelovich was 21 years old when he died in Gaza during this past summer’s Operation Protective Edge. He had joined the Israel Defense Forces in 2012, bravely following in the footsteps of his courageous father by serving in the famed but high-risk Golani Brigade.
When Kathryn Kushner first walked into Chabad at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, her grandfather Abraham Kushner, a Lieutenant in the New York Police Department, must have been smiling. Lt. Kushner, who served the NYPD for close to four decades, acted for many years as the liaison with Jewish groups and the department.
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’.
The path to New York almost always comes with one story or another. In the case of Chie Nishio, it turns out to be a photographic one.
After it was banned by leading Rabbonim last year amid a community uproar, the ‘Call of the Shofar’ – labeled a cult by experts in the field – seems to be attempting a comeback in the Chabad community under a new name: From Galut to Geula.
This past Tuesday, Oct 22, 2014, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy met with community activists Moti Sandman and Zev Sandman at the home of the former in New Haven, CT. They discussed a range of topics, focusing on the needs of the Greater Connecticut Jewish Community.
Chabad of Meron, under the leadership of Rabbi Y.Y. Halperin, organized ‘second Hakofos’ at the gravesite of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai on Motzei Yomtov, with hundreds of Jews of all stripes in attendance.
Preparations for the Chabad girls Inter-High School Convention are well underway.
At the conclusion of a painful week, during which four Israeli hikers lost their lives in a sudden snowstorm in the Annapurna Mountains, Shluchim to Nepal Rabbi Chezky and Mrs. Chani Lifshiz were summoned to the Israeli embassy in the capital city of Kathmandu.
On Chol Hamoed Sukkos, the children housed and cared for by the Beis Chaya orphanage in Moscow were treated to a special Simchas Beis Hashoeva event.
A fire broke out in the bathroom of a first floor apartment on Lefferts Avenue, forcing dozens of building residents to flee their apartments.
A grand outdoor Simchas Beis Hashoeiva took place in Monsey on Sunday Chol Hamoed Sukkos. Nearly 2,000 men, women and children participated in dancing, singing and celebrating Zman Simchaseinu.
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.
On the 4th day of Chol Hamoed Sukkos, the 7th grade of Oholei Torah participated in “The Amazing Sukkah Hop,” which was organized by Levi Druin.
Hundreds of Jews across the island of Montreal were able to shake the Lulav and Esrog on Chol HaMoed Sukkos thanks to an environmentally friendly alternative to the traditional Sukkahmobile.
The immense joy of Simchas Beis Hashoeva in Monsey, which was organized by the local Chabad Kehillah, was momentarily interrupted by extremist demonstrators from Neturei Karta, who viewed the Yomtov celebration as ‘heresy.’
Anash in Montreal, Canada gathered on Chol Hamoed Sukkos for a Kinus Torah which was held in Beis Medrash Lubavitch. Speakers included Rabbi Berel Bell and Rabbi Moshe Stern.