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2 air conditioners
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Frightening Home-Invasion Robbery in Pomona

A Lubavitch family in Pomona, New York fell victim to a frightening home invasion robbery on Friday night, as the family waiting for their father to come home from Shul. Two masked men stole jewelry, watches and a digital camera from their master bedroom – and the homeowners are concerned about the burglars knowledge of their homes layout.

Cteen Holds 5th Annual Leadership Conference

The 5th annual CTeen Leadership Retreat recently took place in Bushkill, PA, welcoming dozens of teens from around the world for a motivational and uplifting weekend. This year’s retreat was the first to welcome international teen leaders from the UK, as well as representatives from South Africa, and Australia, proving that CTeen’s scope and reach continues its steady rise as the fastest growing Jewish youth group in the world.

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8:00pm: Must Moshiach Come Before the 7th Millennium?

This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 220, will air tonight, Sunday, here on, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Is It an Absolute That Moshiach Must Come in the Next 221 Years Before the 7th Millennium? What Are Reasons Why One Would “Go off the Derech” and How Can We Be a Positive Influence? Do We Celebrate Our English Birthdays? What’s Our Role and Goal with Summer Camp? What Does the Rebbe Say About Climate Change and Environmentalism?

Weekly Story: If Necessary, I will Do It Myself

Yisroel related, “It was nine years ago, (in Tishrei of 5769/2008) when I was greeted by a member of the Chabad community, and he offered to help me do a mitzvah. I was touched by his concern for another Jew and his warmth and understanding, and in a short time I became a regular at the Chabad Shul.

Chabad on Campus Families Gather

Supporting Jewish students on campus is vital work that takes year-round dedication, love and commitment. With the 2017-2018 academic year now complete, campus Shluchim and their families gathered this week at the annual Chabad on Campus International Kinus to reflect on past experiences and plan for the year ahead.