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Picture of the Day: Springfield, Illinois

On Wednesday, January 25th, Rabbi Avraham Kagan, director of government affairs for Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois and Rabbi of Chabad of River North, delivered the invocation at the joint session of the Illinois House of Representative and Senate in Springfield, Illinois. The invocation preceded Governor Bruce Rauner’s annual “State of the State” address.

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1 FAMILY HOUSE FOR SALE

1 family semi detached home
Located on Empire Blvd off of Albany Ave
Shared driveway
25×100 lot
1st floor 20×60
2nd floor 20×50
High ceiling basement
Needs work
Windows on 3 sides on all floors
Zoned R7-1 / C1-3

Asking $1,350,000.

Exclusively by Heights Properties

For appointments contact:
J.J. Katz
Heights Properties Inc.
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
E-Mail: jjkatzproperties@gmail.com

Picture of the Day: Washington, D.C.

Jason Greenblatt, Donald Trump’s Appointee as the United States Special Representative for International Negotiations, tweeted this photo of Shliach Rabbi Shua Hecht and an assisting bochur koshering the kitchen in his new D.C. residence. “Now I can eat!” he tweeted.

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Full Time Job in Warehouse Inventory

Looking for a warehouse person for an inventory job.

The job will consist of helping maintain proper inventory numbers.

• Full Time
• Compensation for travel.
• Health Insurance & 401K
• Warehouse located in Bayonne, NJ.
• Holiday Pay.

Please email job125@abaline.com

Picture of the Day: Caption This

Photographer and author Bentzion Elisha captured this photo somewhere in Crown Heights of an unusual sight that caught his eye. Can you come up with a good caption for it?

Photographer’s note: This “Mezuzah” was not installed on an area that requires one.

Picture of the Day: Baltimore, MD

Baltimore Shliach and Police Chaplain Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, director of Jewish Uniformed Service Association of Maryland-Chabad, along with his son Mendel, led a Menorah Lightning ceremony at Baltimore Police Department Headquarters with Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and members of Police and Baltimore City Fire Department.

Picture of the Day: Ess N’ Bench Returns

Once a prominent staple of Crown Heights takeout, Ess N’ Bench has returned to Kingston Avenue after a 25 year hiatus – at the other end of the block from the storefront it once occupied, which was torn down for the building of the Jewish Children’s Museum. Workers were spotted today putting up the legendary eatery’s retro sign above its new home.