As COVID ground the country to a standstill, the federal government gave a ray of hope to businesses and organizations in the form of the Paycheck protection Program. Let’s take a look at which Mosdos got what in Crown Heights.
Daily Archives: July 8, 2020
Children headed to summer camps this week, and for hundreds of Yaldei Hashluchim this was no different. Monday morning they all woke up with a smile on their face ready to join their fellow Shluchim in the first-ever MyShliach Virtual Camp by Merkos 302.
In honor of the 39th Siyum HoRambam and the beginning of the 40th Vaad Or Vechom is pleased to present a web page that gather all resources connected to the Takono of Rambam.
There is nothing like a children’s book to create memories and pass the time, or reading an informative textbook to expand your knowledge. Now there is another literary option in Crown Heights with a Little Free Library opening for the community.
A tropical storm could form and bring heavy rains, winds and even a small chance of tornadoes to the New York and the Northeast beginning Friday, according to a report.
United Airlines announced on Tuesday that it would be further expanding its international schedule in September with nonstop service three days a week between Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Ben-Gurion International Airport.
The Bais Rivkah school in Crown Height has again seen a staff shake up, as three veteran faculty members have been suddenly let go. The three faculty members included long time school Dean Rabbi Leibel Newman.
As is the yearly tradition, Yeshiva Bochurim departed from Paris today for the Yeshivas Kayitz and “Panasaim” Colony in the mountains of southern France.