CROWN HEIGHTS [CHI] — It sounded like two cars collided, when in fact it was a person that was struck and sent flying down Empire this afternoon. The incident took place in front of 675 Empire Boulevard where an elderly Jewish man was crossing, and was struck by a passing SUV.
Daily Archives: August 3, 2010
Helping Jews the world over feel connected as opposed to isolated has long been the mission of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries and the corps of rabbinical students who annually fan out to disparate communities across the globe.
FALLSBURG — Morningside Park Manager Henry Lesczynski has worked there for 20 years — and for all those years he’s feared somebody would get hit by lightning on the lake.
A historic ‘Pidyon Peter Chamor’ event took Sunday, at the Klausenberg Camp in the Catskills.
Almost 20 Long Island Shluchos gathered this past Sunday, 21 of Menachem Av for a day of learning, networking and inspiration.
Keren Simchas Choson V’Kallah (KSCVK) invites all men to enjoy and evening of barbecuing and Mashke tasting at Bais Rivkah this Wednesday.
The evening is for men and Bochurim, who are over 21 and must present ID.
There will be a delicious barbecue and a Mashke tasting contest, with wines a liquors from Eber’s and Royal WInes.
Camp PreMesivta took on Camp L’man Achai’s teen division in an intense game of basketball Monday afternoon.
CrownHeights.info has acquired an online friendly version of a popular Teshura that was distributed at the Markowitz-Gopin wedding.
Three Lebanese soldiers were killed in clashes with Israeli troops today, Tuesday. The Lebanese say the conflict began when the IDF attempted to uproot a tree on their side of the border. Whiles israeli reports say that the IDF was performing maintenance work across the fence, but still within Israeli territory.
CROWN HEIGHTS [CHI] — Early Monday evening two Jewish women were accosted by a sicko on Kingston Avenue, one quick call to Shomrim and the pervert was apprehended, and arrested. Only to be released a few hours later without any charges.
A crowd of more than 200 Children and their parents gathered in the Chabad House of Simcha Monica this past Sunday to learn about how to celebrate a Jewish birthday.
In addition to visiting Jewish people in Northern Germany, we also printed the Tanya—the most fundamental book of Chabad Chassidic thought—in several of the cities throughout the region. (In 1984, the Rebbe, of righteous memory, began a worldwide campaign to print Tanyas wherever there are Jews.)