We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Shlach:
Daily Archives: June 28, 2019
Being that this Sunday the 27th of Sivan is the yahrzeit of my mother Cheyena Avtzon a”h, this weeks Weekly Story will be a chapter of her fruitful life, and her work in Taharas Hamishpacha.
“Positivity Bias,” the newly-released book that has been making waves around the world. Readers are raving about its easy-to-read style and its life-changing perspective on how to approach each day. The book, which was inspired by the example and teachings of the Rebbe, teaches that positive perception is applicable and accessible to all.
“Hanachos,” the new weekly Magazine released by the Vaad Talmidei Hatemimim, has released its Fifth Edition. This weeks magazine includes “An Insider’s Perspective”: Rabbi Efraim Demichovsky and “Recollections from Hanhalah”: Rabbi Shmuel Chaim Scharf.
Scientist Alexander Friedman, who worked on the Beresheet Lunar project speaks at Chabad of Westmount in Montreal Canada, during their Gala event.
Chabad of the Valley celebrated its 46th year in the greater S. Fernando Valley in a Concert Gala titled “B’YACHAD” – Connecting, Empowering, Advancing – Together. The evening which took place at Chabad of the Valley Headquarters in Tarzana, featured acclaimed Broadway entertainer Dudu Fisher in concert.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo visited the Western Wall and the tunnels with his daughters on Friday morning. Cuomo toured the tunnels with the Director General of the Western Wall Heritage Foundation Mordechai (Soli) Eliav, learned about its history and its importance as the center of Jewish longing and yearning for Jerusalem throughout the generations.
As the year came to a close the Morah’s and Rebbeim of Oholei Torah were surprised with a scrumptious brunch, which was sponsored by R’ Shloimy and Mirele Greenwald, parents of the yeshiva.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he reads a pan at the Ohel.
The Kievman family will be sitting Shiva for their father Reb Yosef Kievman obm, at 448 Sterling St. in Crown Heights. SIX MINYANIM ARE NEEDED, times in extended article.