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PRINCIPAL – Cheder, Melbourne Australia

Cheder Levi Yitzchok is a Chabad Lubavitch school which is focused upon producing Australia’s future Chabad leaders.

The role of Principal is the most senior leadership position at the school responsible for overseeing student wellbeing, classroom experience, curriculum, operations, compliance, staff management and wellbeing, parent liaison, financial management and facilities management.

We seek an experienced and inspirational Chabad educator with skills in school operations, staff management and motivation, and with the capacity to foster a passionate Chassidishe environment.

Please contact Mrs Devora Goldman: devora.goldman@cly.vic.ed...

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Shul Softball Wraps Up Season; Shluggers Fall in Title Game

Wicked Local Wellesley

Members of the Wellesley/Weston Chabad Shluggers pose after the championship game last Wednesday.

WELLESLEY HILLS, MA — While competition is most often a driving force in a sport’s participants, the Men’s Shul Softball League embraces a different and more important element of the game: friendship.

Minority Among Minorities, Yosef Abrahamson Opens Minds

Yosef Abrahamson (L) with Darchai Menachem school administrator Chaim Perl at this years Police Athletic League Competition in One Police Plaza.

Thoughtful, cool, almost cerebral, Yosef Abrahamson is not your average Crown Heights Brooklyn Lubavitcher Chasidic Orthodox Jewish black teen Republican from Omaha, Nebraska. Then again, the 17-year-old two-time winner of the NYPD’s “Commissioner for a Day” essay contest is not exactly average anything, either.

Born in Omaha into an unbroken matrilineal line descended from German Jewish immigrants and raised by his devoted mom, long-time Nebraska GOP activist and national delegate Dinah Abrahamson, along with older sister Sarah, Yosef grew up in the Cornhusker State’s Republican Party. In the state’s GOP, Yosef joined his mother in hobnobbing with such heavyweights as Hal Daub, Mike Johanns, Lee Terry and later, George W. Bush, over a lifetime of political activism.

Dinkins: “My Obituary will Read how I Screwed Up CH”

Former NYC Mayor David N. Dinkins

In an interview with WNYC public radio former mayor David N. Dinkins goes into detail about his own misdealing of crown heights, and according to most permitting the riots to go on unrestrained.

From the interview “the NYT has partial obituaries on public figures, and given my age I am sure they have one on me, and it would read David N. Dinkins Born July, 10 1927 in Trenton NJ, first black mayor of the city of New York, then immediately Crown Heights, and not about keeping libraries open 6 days a week when we did not have a lot of money, spent $47 million to do so, and this was not done in over a century, instead there would be Crown Heights.”

The former mayor goes into details about inaccuracies that were reported in the media, but admits his own mishandling of the riots, “I screwed up Crown Heights.”

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