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Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka Raffle

14-Year-Old Develops CTeen App

The start of the school year is a busy time for any high-schooler. Packed with new classes, electives, clubs, teachers and friends, most students don’t seek out extra projects in their “spare” time. Unless, that is, you’re Naomi Benenson.

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Growing business seeks secretary/office assistant.

Full time. Offices located in Boro Park.

Great opportunity for the right individual.

Graduates welcome.

Please email resume to

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Full Time Position Available

Retail and Customer Service Associate

As counter server, you make the day for e-biz owners, teachers and 100s of others who rely on smooth shipping and print services.


Project calm, capable attitude while working efficiently
Advise customers on shipping/printing
Develop rapport with ongoing customers
Manage/maintain equipment

1+ year customer interaction
Patience and an easy smile
Windows, MS Word, PDF
Skill for learning functions/procedures
Work in CH, grow with the company! Must include resume.


New Shluchim to Ohio

Rabbi Levi Raichik and his wife Chanee are spearheading to bring Chabad to serve the Jewish community of students and locals alike in the town of Athens, home of the University of Ohio.

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2 Bedroom Co-op
Located on Kingston Ave
Between Empire & Lefferts
Very nice condition
Lots of windows
Lots of sunlight
1,050 Square Feet
Top floor – 2 Elevators


Asking $479,000.

Exclusively by Heights Properties


For appointments contact:
J.J. Katz
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
Instagram: Heights_properties

Electrical Engineer Invents Safe Shabbos Hotplate

Ben-Tzion Davis is an Orthodox-Jewish Electronic Engineering Technician living in New York. After learning of the tragic story of the Sassoon family of Flatbush, in which a Shabbos hotplate caused a fire that lead to the death of seven children r”l, he was determined to reinvent the appliance to be as safe as possible, so as to prevent such tragedies from ever reoccurring.

A Rosh Hashanah Miracle on Bograshov St.

Times of Israel

It sounds like a story lifted from a Hassidic tale: With Rosh Hashanah fast approaching, a new rabbi was in need of a synagogue. After running around town trying to secure a location for the holidays, he had all but given up, until he met a 92-year-old gabbai who just happened to have the keys to an abandoned synagogue across the street.

Fitness Programs Help Campus Rabbis Shape Up

As an Orthodox Jew, Rabbi Moshe Gray may not need a cross. But CrossFit? That’s another story. Gray, the director of a Jewish center at Dartmouth College, hits the high-intensity core strength and conditioning program five days a week. And he’s not the only campus rabbi getting in shape as he shores up spirits.