The CTeen club at Chabad of the East Valley, Arizona, kicked off a new year of events by sending a meaningful message to the Jewish community.
Daily Archives: September 6, 2017
Chabad of the Tri-Valley just had an ambitious 30 hours. The 12-year-old center went on a roaring tear of a fundraiser to make — and overshoot — a target of $200,000 in less than three days, in order to finalize the purchase of a new building in Pleasanton. “I’m really just overwhelmed, humbled and excited,” said Rabbi Raleigh Resnick.
Dozens flocked to Yeshiva Gedola Lubavitch of London on Tuesday evening to join in a program of learning and inspiration, in honor of the 120th anniversary since the founding of Tomchei Temimim in the town of Lubavitch.
Last night, Tuesday, the students of the central Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim sat down in 770 for a Farbrengen with their revered Mashpia Reb Yoel Kahan, the Rebbe’s Chozer, in honor of the 120th anniversary of the Yeshiva’s founding. Unlike the vast majority of students, a select few hoodlums saw this as an opportunity for troublemaking.
Chabad-Lubavitch centers from the Caribbean to the Carolinas are urgently helping Jewish communities prepare for Hurricane Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean. Update Miami Lubavitch Educational Center closes.
After a recent rash of anti-Semitic attacks in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper showed his support for the Jewish community with a visit to Chabad of Colorado Springs.
Heightened security at this year’s J’Ouvert celebration led to zero violent incidents tied to the pre-carnival event, the NYPD says, despite a double shooting early Monday just blocks from the West Indian Day Parade route.
A contingent of 50 Chabad rabbis from across the United States is heading to the beleaguered state of Texas to counsel and comfort struggling residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.