The N.O.D. and 4th Grade Divisions of Camp Gan Yisroel-Parksville were treated to bivouac in ‘the Rebbe’s Forest,’ and an amazing time was had by all.
Daily Archives: July 8, 2015
Ripped from their homes by the Nazis 70 years ago, 8,000 Jews were hauled to Stazione Centrale – Milan, Italy’s central train station – where cattle cars on an underground railroad waited to transport them to their death in Auschwitz.
The South holds fast to its roots and traditions, an ideal practically synonymous with the Jewish people. So it’s not too surprising, then, that a population dwindling in the 1990s has re-emerged in the 2000s—so much so that the Chabad-Lubavitch couple on the ground there had to find more room to accommodate the community’s budding needs.
On Tuesday, July 7th, Sharon Sabbagh, a Crown Heights mother of five who suffered from kidney failure and was close to going on dialysis, was given a second chance at life thanks to a kind stranger – a young Munkacher Chosid from Boro Park with a child of his own.
On Tuesday, the Talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, visited the Clementon Water and Amusement Park. They were first given two hours to splash around the water half of the park, enjoying the various water slides and wave pools.
As part of its ongoing campaign to promote and facilitate increased awareness, access and consistent recital of the “Shema” among Jews the world over, Chabad of the Conejo has launched a new “Shema Yisroel App” for the iphone and Android operating systems, which is now available to users as a free download by searching under “Shema Yisroel.”
Public health officials in New York State are reminding residents of the dangers posed by mosquitoes after West Nile Virus was found in two counties.