Cheder Chabad Girls of Long Island completed the school year with activities that highlighted the students accomplishments over year, along with the announcement of a new principal, who will begin next year.
Chabad on Campus Shluchim and Shluchos around the world impact over one hundred thousand Jewish students every year. Whether through a Friday night meal for a student who has never experienced a Shabbos, learning opportunities that can engage minds, or simply the feeling of pride and connection deep in the soul of a Jewish student who walks past their campus Menorah on Chanukah.
On any given day, Rabbi Yochanon Klein of Miami, Florida can be found walking the local hospital halls—visiting with patients, distributing his iconic smiling emoji pillows, and bringing cheer and warmth to those in need. Having had personal experience with illness and extended hospitalization, Rabbi Klein and his wife Esti chose hospital shlichus over the pulpit rabbinate and now directs Healing Hearts, a volunteer-based program offering support, kosher food and housing near medical facilities for patients and their families.
It is no secret that Chabad camps have a profound impact on their respective communities. At camp, children across the spectrum are infused with positive and enthusiastic feelings towards Judaism in an environment which promotes Torah values such as camaraderie, generosity, and love for a fellow Jew.
At an annual dinner benefiting Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France, supporters and alumni marked 70 since its founding and celebrated the thousands of students that passed through its doors.
Hundreds of camper packed into seven charter buses that will be taking them up to Parksville, New York in the Catskill Mountains, where they will enjoy a Chassidish and fun filled summer in Gan Israel New York.
In a momentous display of community Achdus, the Melbourne Chabad and general community gathered for a grand Melave Malka. The sold-out event at the St Kilda Town Hall, bedecked with exquisite crystal and silver décor as befitting the occasion, boasted over 500 people in attendance.
More than 150 Shluchim from New York and New England gathered on Sunday, the 20th of Sivan, at the brand new Chabad Center in Westport, CT. The new center is a remodeled inn originally built in the early 1800s. Rabbi Yehuda Leib and Nechama Dina Kantor hosted the Kinus, which also served as a fitting Chanukas Habayis.
Thousands more made their way to pray at the Ohel throughout the day on Sunday.
This past week parents and grandparents joined together to celebrate and schepp nachas as talmidim of grade 8 graduated, culminating their studies in Oholei Torah Elementary.
One of the many new initiatives of the Board of Directors that opened this past year, was the dedicated staff and structured program for Shiur Aleph and Beis divsion of the Beis Medrash Oholei Torah. Headed by Rabbi Nison Deitsch, the division had a most successful year, and a great interest in next year’s enrollment has been shown.
As Shabbos ended, thousands more made their way to Ohel, joining together with many who spent Shabbos in proximity to the Ohel.
Tens of thousands of people have been visiting the Ohel, marking 24 years since Gimmel Tammuz. At noon the Pan Kloli was read.
A novel celebration took place on Sunday, as sixth grade boys and their parents gathered in Crown Heights to mark the completion of a yearlong commitment to mastering pages of Gemara inside.
Through the day on Thursday, thousands of Jews from all walks of life began making their way to visit the Ohel on the eve of Gimmel Tammuz.
Over 1,000 men and woman gathered on Eastern Parkway for an inspirational program on the eve of Gimmel Tammuz. The program featured a number of videos of the Rebbe.
Hanholas Hayeshiva of Tomchei Temimin in Morrisotwn, Bochurim and local community members gathered Yesterday, Chof Ches Sivan, for a siyum and celebration of learning for the entire Mesechta Bava Kamma Baal Peh.
Bochurim of Shiur Gimmel Oholei Torah Mesivta joined their teachers Rabbi Geisinsky, Rabbi Lagziel, Rabbi Bistritzky and Menahel Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm on Tuesday for a Mesibas Siyum, celebrating the Bochurims achievements and graduation from Mesivta, as well as honoring the Chasanei Torah who completed the entire Maseches Baba Kama Bal Peh.
With Gimmel Tammuz falling out on Shabbos, organizers at the Ohel have been preparing for the tens of thousands expected to visit over the weekend, and for the thousands that will stay in the proximity of the Ohel over Shabbos.
A capacity crowd exceeding 500 guests joined with Chabad of the Conejo and friends on Sunday, June 10th, at the world-class Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake, California, for a memorable Banquet-Gala event, titled “Aspire to Inspire.”
The Lubavitcher Yeshiva Simcha Hall on Crown and Albany in Crown Heights was swarming with hundreds of boys this past Thursday evening, 24 Sivan, ready to receive their long-awaited “sefarim vouchers” that they earned this year by attending Yeshivas Erev.
A very unique Tanya was printed at the headquarters of the British Army, to give strength and support the members of the armed forces.