With great sadness we report the passing of Reb Yitzchok Noach ben Avraham Popack OBM, and active member of the Chabad community of Deerfield Beach, FL.
Daily Archives: July 14, 2020
While the PPP loans made sure that paychecks were not disturbed for businesses and organizations, another grant from the governments CARES Act gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to help defray the costs that suddenly surged during the COVID-19 pandemic. The unique part being that half of the money recieved by the school must go directly to the students.
As was reported last year, in November of 2019 Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein stepped down as director and rabbi of Chabad of Poway. Today, eight months later, Rabbi Goldstein pleaded guilty to federal charges of tax fraud and wire fraud in a U.S. District Court in San Diego.
However many 770 replicas you think there are, you can add one more that will soon be on the list. El Paso’s future Chabad Lubavitch Center for Jewish Life will feature a 770 like front, and will add 10,000 square feet to the 15,000 square feet already used to bring Judaism to the Jews of El Paso, Texas.
A sheriff vehicle has been reported to be traveling through Crown Heights, handing out fines to local merchants for social distancing and mask compliance.
A door to door red carpet graduation in the times of COVID-19 took place for the students of the Chabad Buckhurst Hill Cheder, and it was phenomenal.
With great sadness we report the passing of Chaya Faiga Blokh OBM, daughter of Rabbi Eli and Mrs. Shulamis Blokh, Shluchim at Chabad of Rego Park, after a life long illness. She passed away on Tuesday, the 22nd of Tammuz, 5780.
Wednesday, July 15th will be the last day to file your taxes without a fine, unless you put in for an extension. If you have not yet filed your taxes, make sure to let your accountant know to file for an extension, or do so yourself.
Eighteen people were injured when a bus flipped over in a traffic accident in northern Israel Tuesday morning. At the scene, one person was moderately injured and 17 people suffered light injuries.
A teen boy was fatally shot in the head Monday night, as the uptick in gun violence across New York City continues. The teen is one of the 17 shooting victims on Monday, according to the NYPD.
The “Learning for Raizel” initiatve will continue tonight at 8:00pm with a Zoom Shiur by Rebbetzin Rivkah Slonim. The Shiur is open to Men and Women.
Please say tehillim kapital 33 for Chaya Mushka bas Shifra Chana, who is presently in the hospital ICU burn unit and is in need of urgent tehillim.
While the mortality rate from COVID-19 is far lower than initially projected, the disease can leave people with a bevy of health problems of unknown duration. Now, we can add heart damage to the list of common post-COVID complications, according to a new study.
The Ukrainian government will not permit Israelis to make the annual Rosh Hashannah pilgrimage to the tomb of a 19th century Hasidic rebbe, Ukrainian officials announced Tuesday.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Monday signed into law a bill prohibiting the state from contracting with companies that boycott Israel. The Missouri House of Representatives passed the measure by a majority of 95-40 in May. The state Senate passed it, 28-1, on April 30.