Camp Emunah Announces New Staff

Camp Emunah the first Lubavitch Camp, founded in 1953 under the directive of the Rebbe announces new camp Ruchniyus staff. Rabbi Dovber and Srula Chaiton have joined the leadership of the junior division of Camp Emunah.

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Here’s My Story: What about the Chinese?

I was born and raised in Brooklyn where I was educated in the public school system and attended City College, receiving a degree in civil engineering in 1965. After graduating, I served for two years in the U.S. Public Health Service, which allowed me to fulfill my military obligation and left me free to do anything I wanted.

Camp Emunah Update: Bunkhouse Renovated

A bunkhouse at Camp Emunah, suffering from years of wear and tear, was completely gut renovated just in time for summer 2018 by a group of philanthropists, led by Crown Heights businessman Shaya Gordon. Renovations included entirely new interiors, furniture […]

Beis Rivka Day Camp Enjoys Fun Filled Summer

Beis Rivka Day Camp ended last week with a hop, skip, and bounce as campers jumped on huge bouncing balls, Jewish music, and live entertainment after enjoying a delicious BBQ! Each day of camp began with warm greetings from chayusdikeh counselors, was filled with a whirlwind of fun, and ended with smiles and hugs.

Young Ukraine Shluchim Enjoy Summer Camp

After last years amazing success camp Yaldei Hashluchim Ukraine reopened again for the second time with over 40 kids. Shluchim from all over Ukraine sent their children far away from their place of Shlichus in order to be in an environment of Torah and Mitzvos, an environment of Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit as well as a place filled with fun exciting trips and activities.

Photos: CTeen Takes On the Summer

It’s been another busy summer for CTeen Headquarters. With four travel programs and a new initiative assisting chapters to facilitate local road trips, CTeen has used the summer months to reach and engage over 200 teens by providing them with an immersive overnight experience. The summer trips, spearheaded by Rabbi Nachman Rivkin, have succeeded in instilling yet another generation of teens with an inspired connection to Yiddishkiet.

Photos: ‘Goodbye YSP’

As the summer draws to a close, bochurim attending the Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, bid farewell at the grand banquet to their newfound friends and dedicated counselors and teachers. The next morning they packed their luggage and boarded the buses which would take them back home.