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Parents, teachers, and high schoolers turned out last night to learn about addiction and become trained in the use of Narcan. The event, organized by Chani Vogel and the Aleph Institute, in partnership with neshamos.org and Amudim, was the first of its kind in Crown Heights.
In a solidarity event coordinated by the Tablet Magazine, Jews from Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, and Poway will be coming together “to show solidarity with communities that have been attacked, blow the shofar as it is the month of Elul, and grab some (free!) apples and honey for the upcoming Rosh Hashanah.”
The Levaya of Rabbi Shmarya Katzen obm took place Monday, and passed by 770. A large crowd gathered to pay their respects to a loved and dedicated melamed of Crown Heights.
No one in our community should miss Shofar. For the 2nd year, ChabadAir will organize volunteers to come to your home and blow the Shofar for those who are unable to attend Shul.
The Crown Heights community has been invited to join the Andrusier family, and the mespalelim of The Bais Binyomin Shul of Crown Heights, in welcoming a new Sefer Torah. The Sefer Torah was written in memory of R’ Leibel and Freida Andrusier, OBM.
For the first time ever, Aleph Institute is proud to present an evening highlighting drug prevention and awareness. Together with the Neshamos organization, and Dr. Rosen, we have partnered to spread awareness about the epidemic plaguing all of us.
For close to 40 years, Rabbi Katzen faithfully runs a weekly Mesibas Shabbos in 770. This Shabbos, unfortunately, our beloved Rabbi Katzen is not in a position to run it. Rabbi Katzen was there for us and our children all these years. This Shabbos, it is our turn to be there for him.
Fathers could be seen holding their tallis-wrapped sons on Lefferts Avenue yesterday as they celebrated their first communal hachnosa l’cheder ceremony. As schools in New York City held ‘Fathers bring your child To School Week,’ All My Children Daycare used the opportunity to observe the beautiful minhag for their 3 and 4 year olds.
With Selichos just a few short days away, Zevi’s Shul hosted a Chai Elul farbrengen on Tuesday night, featuring JLI’s Rabbi Naftali Silberberg.
A special kiddush has been planned in memory of Dovid Yona Dubinsky OBM, who passed away 13 years ago. The community has been invited to join make a L’chaim l’iluy nishmoso, share a memory, and be inspired by others’ memories of our dear friend Dovid.
Police say an investigation is underway after a 60-year-old man was found dead on a stoop outside of a Crown Heights apartment building around 5:00am Tuesday morning.
Rabbi Abraham Gopin, a Crown Heights resident, was brutally assaulted in a Crown heights park on August 27th by a man with a brick. The man, who was arrested on September 12th, is already out on bail.
An unprecedented event highlighting drug prevention and awareness is scheduled for Crown Heights. The event will feature a keynote address by Crown Heights physician Dr. Eli Rosen.
An intoxicated driver Monday night sideswiped multiple cars on the service lane of Eastern Parkway, and was stopped by a Lubavitch bochur. The man was arrested for driving under the influence, and taken to the hospital.
A new “No Standing” sign was put up in Crown Heights, resulting in tickets to unsuspecting residents. The sign was put up on Albany Ave on the corner of Lefferts Ave, taking away a spot used by residents for years.
A Crown Heights Hatzalah volunteer was the victim of a tire slashing this past week. The volunteer, who responds to medical emergencies in his private vehicle, was the only vehicle on the block with its tires slashed, making the incident appear targeted.
A spectacular event this Tuesday night, Chai Elul, has been planned for women of Crown Heights at the JCM. The event is being produced by the Crown Heights based Jewish Women Influencers, and their goal is to inspire women in areas of “Purely Family”; Marriage, Chinuch, Parenting, Taharas Hamishpacha, and more.
Crown Heights has never been considered a “safe” neighborhood. The general rule has always been that if it’s not secured, it will be taken. So when a reader noticed this incredible lock up job, he felt the need to pass it on. Please make sure to fully secure your bike so it should not be stolen.
It’s become obvious that Crown Heights has a problem. That problem rides around on a bike, black garbage bag in hand, and steals packages from in front of Crown Heights homes in broad daylight. The thief has been caught on camera yet again confidently walking up to houses and lifting their packages. Despite being caught on camera multiple times, the man has yet to be caught in the act.
A parents worst nightmare played out Thursday evening in Crown Heights, when their special needs child managed to get out of the house and run off. Following a door to door search, Shomrim managed to reunite the mother and child.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Ki Seitzei: