On Sunday, the talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, enjoyed their third trip: white water rafting.
Daily Archives: July 12, 2017
A Jewish teen accompanying Rabbi Moshe Rapoport from Mequon, WI, on the CTeen Heritage Quest trip to Israel helps a fellow Jew put on Tefilin on the streets of Jerusalem.
The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which controls wine and liquor distribution in Canada’s largest province, released a memo to all its affiliates that all wines labeled Product of Israel are not to be sold until further notice.
With great sadness and shock we inform you of the sudden and untimely passing of a young Bochur from Monsey, Yehuda Rubin, OBM, the son of well-known Jewish music producer Yossi Rubin.
A food distributor accused of sending cheddar cheese falsely labeled as kosher to Jewish summer camps was fined $25,000 by a court in Ontario.
With the Sukkos holiday still several months away, those involved in the procurement of “Yanover” esrogim are already predicting an especially slim market for the many Jews who seek out this unique species of Italian esrogim.
On Sunday, as parents, siblings and friends arrived for visiting day, Camp Emunah marked 60 years since the Rebbe’s first visit to the camp, located in Greenfield Park, NY.
Over 550 Shluchim from across the globe gathered at the opulent Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope for JLI’s annual Adult Education Conference and Expo. Participants enjoyed a day of professional training, idea-sharing, best practices, and brainstorming new ways of expanding all forms of Mivtzah Torah in their hometown communities for the upcoming academic year.
With the conclusion of the Mezuza Bank Project, during which thousands of mezuzas were put up in Jewish homes across Russia, this week a new initiative was announced by Chief Rabbi of Russia Berl Lazar: a Tefilin Bank.