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Eber Liquor & Wines Pesach Sale

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$6 to Help a Jew in a Trailer Park

They may live a world apart from you, but just 3 hours away. Poor Jews.

Some live in a trailer park. They think they can’t afford to be Jewish.

They so badly want to be at a seder.

I wish you could meet them, they are real Baal Shem Tov’s Yidin.

So wholesome and Sincere. Can you help them?

We’d like to host them, but we can’t do it ourselves.

The local Jewish Community does not care and is not able to help.

So we turn to you. Because you do understand, and you do care.

Can you give $36? Even as little $6 can help.

Of course you can. I hope you do.

Please click here to help.

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2 BEDROOM CO-OP FOR SALE

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 $490,000.

Exclusively by Heights Properties

For appointments contact:
J.J. Katz
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
E-mail: jj@heightspropertiesnyc.com
Instagram: Heights_properties

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Are you still looking to get away for Pesach?

Are you still looking to get away for Pesach?

Beautiful updated 3 bedroom house available for rent

in the scenic Hudson Valley for Pesach. 

Adjacent to Chabad House, minyan and mikvah on premises.

Beautiful grounds. Parks nearby.

Minutes away from the famous “Walkway Over the Hudson”.

Lots of activities to do during Chol Hamoed.

Food option available as well. Strictly kosher non gebrokts with all hiddurim.  For more information or to book please call (917) 468-6128 or email chabadmidhudsonvly@prodigy.net.

Annual Dinner to Benefit Central Gmach of the FSU in Moscow

Chabad of Moscow hosted a Melavah Malka in honor and benefit of the central Gmach in Russia, “Keren Chaya Mushka”, which was founded eighteen years ago in blessed memory of the young shlucha Chaya Mushka a’h Lazar, daughter of Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar. Since then, thousands of Jews all over the FSU have received, and continue to receive, assistance daily, in a respectable and dignified manner, through one or another of its many programs.

Princeton Chabad Breaks Bread — And Barriers

For the first time in the Princeton Club’s history, a kosher caterer took full charge of the facility, serving a kosher sit-down dinner for 130 guests. Although previously one could order individual kosher meals, and the Webbs had organized kosher buffets there for a few years, the December gala broke precedent.