In honor of the 4th Yahrtzeit of Reb Zev Volf Greenglass, OBM, beloved Mashpia for many decades in the Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Montreal, a Melave Malka and Farbrengen was held this past Motzei Shabbos in the Yeshiva’s main study hall.
Daily Archives: January 12, 2015
A memorial ceremony was held this afternoon outside the French Cultural Centre, the “Alliance Francaise,” in Australia’s Capital city to pay tribute to those killed and injured in the recent terror attacks in Paris.
Simcha Friedman and Yoni Eliav present a medley of niggunim titled “Shluchei HaRebbe Ashreinu,” in honor of the regional Kinus Hashluchim for Eretz Yisroel currently taking place in Tveria. These beloved and cherished niggunim have been sung by Shluchim and Anash the world over for years, in Yiddish, English and Hebrew.
On Motzei Shabbos, the students of Bnos Chomesh and their mothers braved the cold for an evening of appreciation at the school’s Third Annual Mother and Daughter Melave Malka.
At the million-man demonstration in Paris against Islamic terrorism yesterday, one elderly man – a survivor of the Holocaust – stood holding a small sign with a striking message in Yiddish: ‘Mir Zeinen Do’ (we are here).
In the aftermath of the terror attack and hostage crisis that gripped the world Friday, students of Cheder Lubavitch in Paris were greeted by a squadron of French soldiers guarding their school from any would-be attackers, r”l.
After The Times Herald Record editor Barry Lewis wrote an editorial about how much he missed rugalach after the upstate seasonal kosher bakeries closed, Chabad of Orange County’s Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston decided that hosting a Kosher Rugalach Workshop would be a good idea. So did Lewis.
The 6th annual Miami Torah Experience took place in North Miami Beach, Florida, on December 23-31, 2014, with over 20 participants from various universities worldwide.