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Vaad Talmidei HaTmimim annual Yud Shvat program

CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn [CHI] — In response to the positive feedback and the many requests from Hanholas HaYeshivos, the Vaad Talmidei HaTmimim is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its annual Yud Shvat program.

Schedule and more information in the Extended Article!

Wednesday evening at 8:00pm there will be a Seder Chassidus followed by a video of a Yud Shevat Farbrengen at the Kollel.

Throughout the entire day of Yud Shevat (Thursday) there will be busses from 770 to the Ohel beginning at 8:00am.

The Rebbe’s room will be open for Shachris, at 9:30am.

The Annual Kinnus HaTmimim Haolami will take place 7:00pm Thursday night at Campus Chomesh 470 Lefferts Ave.

Friday afternoon at 12:30pm there will be a tour of the library of Agudas chassidei Chabad as well as the Freidike Rebbe’s apartment available.

At 1:30pm Shabbos afternoon there will be a Seudas Shabbos and Farbrengen for all the Orchim at Campus Chomesh 470 Lefferts Ave. – Rabbi Mendel Gordon will Farbreng.

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11 Comments

  • 1. Chassid wrote:

    This is so heart warming. Its very nice that the Bochurim will have a lot to do while they are here.

    Why dont they have this during Tishrei?

  • 2. Non-Crown Heightser wrote:

    What a nice program for the bochurim. After the negative article about going on shlichus to help a shliach, the Vaad HaTmimim has shown that bochurim can have an organized program and be treated respectfully. May all the bochurim have a meaningful hisorerus this yud shvat to carry forth for the next year in their learning and mivtziom.

  • 3. A proud father wrote:

    This is one of the most inspirational events of the year. I look forward to it all year. I’ve seen only good come of this event. The Bochrim from all so called factions are united on Yud Shvat thanks to such events.

    Even though I am not a Bochur but a father of three who who participate, I try to sneak in and benefit myself from these great moments. (shhhh, don’t tell anyone that a yungerman is peeking in… that’s why I’m not signing my name…..)

    Thanks Bochrim

  • 4. MORDY wrote:

    To “A proud father”, you wrote:
    Even though I am not a Bochur but a father of three who who participate, I try to sneak in and benefit myself from these great moments. (shhhh, don’t tell anyone that a yungerman is peeking in… that’s why I’m not signing my name…..)
    I WOULD LIKE TO BRING TO YOUR ATTENTION, THAT THE FLYER THIS YEAR (AS IN OTHER YEARS) READS:
    “ANASH OF CROWN HEIGHTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO JOIN”.

  • 5. Bochur wrote:

    as a bochur who benifits from all the good the Vaad Hatmimim does I’d like to thank them for it and especially Yitzy Steiner and Yudy Shmotkin who have really devoted themselves to this project

  • 6. To Chasid: wrote:

    They do have such a program during Tishrei. So does atah. The difference is that yud shvat is primarily an American pilgrimage and Tishrei is Israeli.

  • 7. Critic wrote:

    12:30 Fri. afternoon is clearly the wrong time. Yes, can you believe it; some lubabs actually still go on Mivtzoim.

    We’ve lost the plot.

  • 8. To Critic: wrote:

    Thank so much for your concern,
    From what you wrote you look very concerned.I think the Vaad is having in mind all those Yeshiavas that are coming in from out of town and don’t have Mivtziom routs

  • 9. To Critic wrote:

    I believe there are close to 2000 guest coming this week, i don’t believe that all of them will have where to go on mivtzoim.

    So the remaining few hundred will spend their time wisely instead of in restaurants.

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