Hotels near Madras, Oregon have been booked out for three years. Columbia, South Carolina is welcoming over one million visitors to a town of 800,000. Up to 7.4 million people will be travelling to a 70-mile wide swath of land that stretches across 14 states. As visitors flock to the path of totality, Chabad is there to assist them.
A Chabad rabbi in California is sharing a heart-warming story to cheer up Americans still reeling from last weekend’s violent neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville.
This year’s Chabad of Greenwich’s parenting conference took an introspective journey into parenting, benefiting both parent and child.
Rabbi Moshe Sasonkin and his wife, Mussie, are the children of Chabad Shluchim, so the idea for the couple to begin co-directing their own center at Kent State University in Ohio, came naturally.
Two months after unveiling its new home south of Cumming, Chabad of Forsyth, Georgia, took a big step toward securing its financial foundation by raising more than a quarter of a million dollars in 24 hours.
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“Look, I can speak to my grandkids with this!” Holly Cohen, a resident at Bristal Assisted Living facility, exclaims. She’s holding an iPad, a gift from her son that she’s using for the first time. Billy Gold is the middle school student who helped her navigate the software. He’s part of a committed group that visits monthly from Valley Chabad of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.
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Another seminar of the famous Bayit organization in Europe was held this month with dozens of young Jewish professionals who enjoyed a unique program and enjoyable weekend at the prestigious Alpen Karawanserai Hotel in Hinterglemm, a gorgeous resort town in the Tyrol Alpine mountains of Austria.
Close to four hundred members of the Jewish community of Curitiba, Paraná, in South Brazil, packed the “Buffet Du Batel” hall last Monday evening in celebration of an unprecedented and exciting event commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation and reunification of the city of Jerusalem and the launching of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Tefillin Campaign.
Chabad Shluchim to Israel held their annual Kinus – for the 38th time – over Shabbos in the city of Nachlas Har Chabad.
Two hundred people danced through the Cairns, Australia suburb of Kewarra Beach this Sunday accompanied by a live band, a passel of photographers, and a ritual canopy. The center of all that attention? A brand-new Torah scroll.
Rabbi Mendy and Mussie Greenberg, with their 2 month-old daughter, Rachel, are moving to Twinsburg, Ohio, this month to start the Twinsburg Chabad Jewish Center.
A Sydney council which blocked the building of a Chabad synagogue it deemed a ‘terror threat’ is reportedly set to backflip on its decision in the wake of widespread outrage.
A broad base of Orthodox groups, city officials and others have filed briefs in support of Chabad of East Boca Raton, whose efforts to build a permanent facility have met legal opposition from locals and secularist legal advocates, as their case heads to a federal appeals court.
A lawsuit dragging on for 10 years and counting continued its legal battle in New Haven federal court on Monday. Chabad Lubavitch of Litchfield County is suing the Litchfield Historic District Commission, alleging religious discrimination.
Jason Frances is a recent graduate of University of Central Florida, where he was active with Chabad on Campus. He penned this op-ed giving young Jewish students 10 reasons to go to Chabad on Campus, which was published by The Forward.
A kosher meat restaurant has opened in Copenhagen, offering a wide variety of dishes and the chance for a communal meal out. It has been on the radar of Chabad emissaries Rabbi Yitzi and Rochel Loewenthal for a long time now.
Rabbis, yeshivah students and campers greeted participants in the “Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa,” offering kosher food, conversation and the chance for Jewish men to wrap tefillin as they pedaled through Postville.
Taube Philanthropies announced it has pledged a $1.3 million grant to Stanford Chabad, led by Rabbi Dov Greenberg. The funds will be used to buy a new property near the Stanford University campus and construct a new Stanford Jewish center, to be named Taube Chabad House.
Hundreds of Nigerian children have their first pair of eyeglasses, thanks in part to a rabbinical student, a New York City eyeglasses store and Chabad of Nigeria.
Camp Gan Izzy of Los Angeles & Beverly Hills presents their official camp music video, after working with the best talent in LA to showcase their amazing staff-members, campers and all the smiles, joy and spirit they bring to to Gan Izzy!