Lubavitch Day Camp of Monsey completed its second exciting, fun and meaningful week of the summer. See the highlights of the week in this video slideshow.
Daily Archives: July 14, 2015
Greeting the thousands of baseball fans was a group of Bochurim from the Yeshiva Gedola of Cincinnati who did Mivtzoim and put on Tefillin with many of the attendees.
Men dance joyously at a colleague’s wedding in the ballroom of Oholei Torah, also known at the time as The Brooklyn Jewish Center, circa mid 1980s. Can you identify anyone in the photo, or what year it was taken?
The scent of a freshly mowed lawn that comes with being the only Grand Slam played on a grass tennis court. The pristine white tennis outfits required of all players, to the exclusion of off-white or cream. Bowing or curtsying towards the Queen or the Prince of Wales if they are watching from the Royal Box.
“All campers to the Shul, all campers to the Shul,” blared the P.A. this Wednesday afternoon at Camp Gan Yisroel in Parksville, NY. The campers were instructed to say Tehillim for a missing camper, and listened to EMT Shmuly Klein, who spoke about the importance of safety. Then suddenly, BOG WAR!
NYC counterterrorism police officers arrested a mentally disabled man yesterday morning after he threatened to blow up ‘770,’ the headquarters and main synagogue of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in Crown Heights.
On Sunday, campers and their parents enjoyed an exciting and fun-filled visiting day together at Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ.
After traveling about 650 miles across the country, seven cyclists finally made it to the finish line in Brooklyn, and it was all for a good cause.
Iran and the United States and its negotiating partners reached agreement Tuesday on a deal that would curb Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief — setting up a looming showdown between President Obama and Congress, where lawmakers could take issue with several provisions, including one giving Iran leverage over inspections. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the deal a mistake of “historic proportions,” and vowed to keep up efforts to block the Islamic Republic from obtaining an atomic bomb.
Nine items which used to belong to the Lubavitcher Rebbe or have been associated with him – including a Tehillim, a Siddur andShabbos dinner tableware – were sold to collector last week for a total sum of more than NIS 300,000 (about $80,000).