Hundreds gathered in the main Shul of 770 on Thursday night for a Farbrengen in honor of Yud Beis-Yud Gimmel Tammuz, the day of the Frierdiker Rebbe’s liberation from Soviet Russia.
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As the school year comes to a close, people the world over celebrate accomplishments. CTeen is no exception. Dozens of chapters across the globe marked their graduating leaders this June with award ceremonies. From France to California, over elegant luncheons and sit-down dinners, the hard work of the CTeen leaders and volunteers were acknowledged and applauded.
On Thursday, in honor of Yud Bais Tammuz, campers, staff and head staff of Bais Rivkah Day Camp joined together for a delicious BBQ and the Tzivos Hashem Rally.
A large crowd gathered at the Eternal Light Memorial Gardens near Boca Raton, Florida, to accompany Aaron Rajman, 25, to his final resting place.
Recently an exciting and informative event took place in Crown Heights. An impressive “Staff Training Day” gathered a record-number of camp counselors and other staff members for hours of professional networking.
In a historic visit to the State of Israel, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Moshe Holtzberg, the survivor of the Mumbai Terror Attack which claimed the lives of his parents.
Over 200 Chabad emissaries and teen leaders from around the world participated in the 4th Annual CTeen Leadership Retreat and Convention to network, as well as both gain and share insight for the year ahead.
One hundred and fifty Shluchim gathered on Sunday, 24 Sivan at Chabad of the River Towns in Dobbs Ferry, New York for the annual New York and New England Regional Kinus.
Packed to its capacity, Yeshivas Kayitz-Kingtson began its third year this summer season. When the new grounds were purchased, with the help of many friends and supporters, the overnight camp entered a whole new era, and the campus grounds anchored the Yeshivas Kayitz as a most sought after summer experience for talmidim of 8th Grade and Mesivta.
The campers at Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, enjoyed their first trip of the season on Thursday, with a terrific time at a local bowling alley and delicious doughnuts to boot.
The Campers of Gan Yisroel-Florida prepare to bring in Shabbos by dressing in their finest Shabbos clothes and gathering for a pre-Shabbos lineup.
Over 200 Shluchim, Shluchos, and teen leaders from around the world participated in the 4th Annual CTeen Leadership Retreat and Kinus, to connect with one another and to gain and share insight for the year ahead.
Over 150 parents and singles attended the ChabadMatch Meet and Greet Shadchanim event this past Sunday at Machon L’Yahadus in Crown Heights.
The Speaker of the Israeli Knesset, Mr. Yuli Edelstein, completed an official state visit to Russia by meeting with the community leaders and Shluchim operating in Moscow and its surrounding area, led by Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar.
Camp Gan Yisroel-NY started with a bang as the buses rolled away from Eastern Parkway on Wednesday morning and the campers headed off to what will surely be the best summer over their lives.
Rabbi Yossi Lew, Shliach to Atlanta, Georgia, spent a week in Sydney, Australia, to inspire and strengthen with the community in honor of Gimmel Tammuz.
Led by the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berl Lazar, About seventy Chabad rabbis gathered together for a day of learning, davening, farbrenging and special workshops in Moscow.
Over 1000 Anash and Bochurim packed into Beis Rivkah’s Rosa Hall in Campus Chomesh for a Farbrengen in honor of Gimmel Tammuz.
With the final hours of Gimmel Tammuz approaching the lines extended as far as Francis Lewis Blvd, after tens of thousands had already made their way to visit the Ohel.
A brand new Sefer Torah was completed today, Gimmel Tammuz, and was dedicated in the memory of Rabbi Ovadia Schtroks OBM and his son Rabbi Shaya Schtroks OBM. Following the completion a joyous procession made its way through the streets of Crown Heights.
A handful of community members and activists gathered on Troy Avenue at the site where a Jewish artists “Art Bus” was torched in an incident which police are investigating as a possible hate crime. Singer Benny Friedman was on hand and performed his hit song, which was filmed using the bus.
Today, Gimmel Tammuz, a Pan Kloli on behalf of all the Chassidim and Shluchim around the world was read at the Ohel by the chairman of Aguch Rabbi Avrohom Shemtov.