A sixteen year old boy was assaulted by a gang of teens Tuesday evening. The sixteen year old was transported to the hospital with injuries to his face.
Daily Archives: February 27, 2019
This past Shabbos, the bochurim of Hadar Hatorah Yeshivah enjoyed an amazing midwinter Shabbaton in Kingston, New York.
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.
Almost all Chabad Chuppah’s in Crown Heights are done these days in front of 770 Eastern Parkway. But almost no Chuppahs have a trio of Chazanim to make the moment unique.
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
Exclusively by Heights Properties
For appointments contact:
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
Low-cost airline EasyJet recently announced it is launching a new, thrice-weekly direct flight route from Tel Aviv to Nantes, the sixth largest city in France, starting in April.
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 email@example.com
A joint meeting between the Mayor’s office, NYPD and Crown Heights Community leaders happened Wednesday morning. Discussed at the meeting was recent rise in hate crime plaguing the area.
So what is Shlichus? Do I need to go far away to be on Shlichus? And if I don’t does that make me less of a Chosid? A young man tackles what is perhaps the most needed discussion in Lubavitch today.
The Rofeh Cholim Cancer Society, commonly known as RCCS, is coming to Crown Heights for a night of awareness, fundraising and entertainment. The event will be for men.