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Former President Bill Clinton met Rabbi Kalman Weinfeld from the OK at an event last night. When President Clinton heard that Rabbi Weinfeld was the one who arranged the proper Mechiras Chometz last year for one of the largest beer distributors in the country, he came over and thanked him for his great contribution to the USA and the Jewish nation.

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As we are making our way through the first of this years two months of Adar, RebbeDrive has released two new photos from the newly restored Farbrengen of Purim 5729. Captured on Purim 1969, that Farbrengen marked the longest Purim Farbrengen throughout the Rebbe’s N’sius.

Weekly Unique Photo of the Rebbe

Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe Rayatz as he thanks the judge who swore him in as a United States citizen, 16 Adar, 1949. On the 9th of Adar we mark the day the Rebbe Rayatz arrived to the United States. The Rebbe can be seen standing on the left. 

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A rare moment was photographed as coordinators from four Shomrim divisions met at a recent event. The coordinators are bottom left: Gadi Hershkop (Crown Heights), top left: Boruch Moskowitz (Flatbush), top right: Heshy Kahan (Boro Park), and bottom right: Shulem Klein (Rockaway Nassau).

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Chabad Doctor Pinny Young found himself in the right place at the right time. Forced to take an Amtrak train due to weather, he was there to save the life of someone with an airway emergency. The conductors on the train thanked him, and said in their four years as conductors, they have never had such an emergency.

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Capital Chabad celebrated Tu B’Shevat at the New York State Assembly in Albany. Pictured are Rabbi Yisroel Rubin, Capital Chabad; Rabbi Nachman Simon, Delmar Chabad; Rabbi Motti Rubin, Colonie Chai Jewish Center Chabad; Rabbi Yossi Rubin, Clifton Park Chabad; with many members of the Assembly including Speaker Carl Hastie and the students of B’nos Chai High School.

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Can you find Rabbi Mordechai Altein in this class picture, from the late 1920s at Yeshiva Chaim Berlin at Prospect Place? This photo was shares courtesy of Rabbi Chaim Dalfin from his upcoming new book, Rabbi Hutner and the Rebbe.