Loaves of Love, held at Chabad Israel Center in Los Angeles, attracted Jewish women from Beverly Hills, Agoura Hills and everywhere in between. The event we held in memory of Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg HY”D and victims of the Mumbai Terrorist Attack in 2008.
Daily Archives: November 20, 2015
As is known, two of the Mitteler Rebbe’s daughters married grandsons of Reb Levi Yitzchock of Berdiychov. The first Chassunah took place in the town of Zhlobin and is called The Zholbiner Chassunah.
Williamsburg Jewish Community Leaders met yesterday with the NYPD 71st Precinct’s Commanding Officer and the Brooklyn Borough Chief regarding the upcoming Satmar 21 Kislev event that will take place in the Crown Heights armory on December 2nd.
How do you raise kids of character? How do you teach your kids the value of giving back to their community? Where can you find hands on opportunities to make sandwiches for the underprivileged in the community as a family with kids between 5 and 16 years old? Chabad-Lubavitch of Markham decided to help parents find solutions to these questions and on November 1st, 2015 launched their Tikkun Olam Program under the leadership of Mattie Schurder, youth coordinator of CLOM.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Efraim Mintz, Executive Director of the JLI, will lead a discussion on the topic – 10 Life Lessons from the life, teachings and legacy of the Miteler Rebbe.
At the Orlando Jewish Day School (OJDS), kindergarten students build their own flashlights by soldering wires, connecting light bulbs, and adding batteries to create complete circuits. Some first graders have been drawing plans for an electric menorah in time for the Chanukah holiday, while other students carefully dissect gadgets to tinker with parts and possibly invent something new.
The Anash community of South Florida joined together for the 34th Siyum HaRambam, hosted by the Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Miami.
The Rebbe thanks the security guard at a Machane Yisroel Development Fund meeting. In the extended article is an additional photo of the Rebbe greeting a young child in attendance.
After spending 30 years in prison, Jonathan Pollard, an American who was convicted of spying for Israel, was released Friday morning.