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Daily Archives: June 21, 2017
3 bedroom bungalow with a front screened porch.
Roomy 2-sink kitchen with many cabinets and appliances.
Spacious dining and living room area
2 air conditioners
Separate backyard-entrance laundry room with a washer and dryer
1.5 renovated bathrooms
Fully furnished both indoors and outdoors.
Very good location.
201-2203602 or 718-7562250
Click here for pictures: http://www.sky2000travel.com/bungalow
Crown Heights Girls’ School Bnos Menachem has sent out another letter to its parent body ahead of the upcoming school year, this time instructing them that all devices at home capable of connecting to the internet must have filters installed on them.
The American Jewish Press Association has announced that Chabad.org and photographer Mendel Benhamou have won the first-place Simon Rockower Award for Excellence in Photography for work done in 2016.
As summer vacation begins and a large portion of the community makes their way upstate, Sullivan County Public Health Services is advising the public to stay away from wild animals and be vigilant of your surroundings while camping, hiking or playing in area parks near wooded areas. A grey fox that bit two people in the Town of Thompson has tested positive for rabies, and the individuals are being treated.
After six months of learning and bi-weekly tests, 40 students of Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France, were awarded by the Yeshiva’s Shluchim for learning all 53 chapters of Tanya by heart.
The students of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva of Montreal Zal bid farewell to each other and to their mentors on the last day of the Zman, after posing together for a group portrait in front of the Yeshiva building.
This past Sunday, parents and grandparents joined together to celebrate and schepp yiddeshe nachas as the talmidim of Oholei Torah’s 8th Grade graduated, culminating their studies in the Elementary Division.
It was still morning when the policeman showed up. He marched into the building, and proceeded to give a lecture about following directions. He wasn’t in an office building; he was in a school. He was not speaking to adults; he was speaking to children. He wasn’t referring to directions for traffic; he was talking about directions for life.