Volunteers from Crown Heights Hatzalah gave thanks to the community, and received a thank you in return Friday afternoon as they paraded through the streets of Crown Heights blaring a message of thanks to the community for their support.
Daily Archives: April 30, 2021
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced New York City can expand its indoor dining capacity to 75% beginning May 7. New York City’s gyms and fitness centers will be able to expand to 50% capacity the week after, beginning May 15.
Before last night, this article was going to offer a glimpse into the Shabbos of a Hatzalah family. Now, as tears stream down our cheeks as we mourn our brothers in Meron, We ask that you help Hatzalah help us build an unbreakable future.
In honor of Lag B’Omer, I am posting a thought I presented in a farbrengen this past Wednesday night. As always your feedback is greatly appreciated.
Chairman of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch, Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, has published a statement calling for prayer amid the tragedy in Meron during the Lag B’Omer festivities.
In his weekly letter, Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski faces the tragedy that took place in Meron last night, and how we may not have the answers to some of the most difficult questions that plague us, yet it is our inner strength and connection with Hashem that preserves us.
Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fox, director of Project Chai, the crisis intervention, trauma, and bereavement department of Chai Lifeline, offers practical suggestions and guidelines following the horrific tragedy in Meron.
Watch Live: Join thousands of Jewish children in person and online for this year’s Lag B’Omer Rally outside 770. The live feed will go live at 10:30am.
Unknown Stranger Brought to Rest, Cute Kid Creates Kiddush HaShem, New Holiday Calendar Announced, Public Service Announcement, Cairo Kosher Mart Jam Packed!, and Ads. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Emor”, and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.
As the depth of last night’s tragedy in Meron sinks in, the Israeli government has begun to identify the victims who lost their lives. The long process, which includes conclusive identification and contacting of families has so far cleared twelve names for publication.
Then and Now photos are all the rage, and this one is the perfect chabad one. In the top photo, a group of Cteen campers can be seen, while the bottom shows some from the same group seven years later as they reunited at a chasuna.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe at the 1984 Lag Beomer parade.