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Daily Archives: June 3, 2021
The pioneer Ckids Gan Israel overnight camp opening for its second summer season this June is set to double its previous enrollment.
A special request has been made to say Tehillim Yehuda Nosson ben Micha Eila, who is currently in the hospital in serious condition.
Many Chabad Rabbonim and Mashpiim have come together to publish a Kol Koreh calling on anash to strengthen themselves in the lead up to Chof Ches Sivan through learning Torah and Mivtzoim as well as joining a Farbrengen.
In the week of P’ Shlach, when Moshe sends out his shluchim to scout the land, we share the Rebbe’s encouraging words to a shlucha. In answer to her doubts about success in her efforts – the Rebbe explains that activities fall into two categories – seeding and planting – as classified by chassidus and points out the importance of having confidence in the wisdom of the one who has given the assignment.
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Have you ever marked the Siyum HaRambam in your own home with a personal celebration for your family and friends? This year marks the 40th Siyum HaRambam, which will be taking place on Gimmel Tammuz.
In a year of a global pandemic, you might think that an unexpected national glue shortage would not be that big of a deal—after all, the year has seen a range of odd shortages. But for 20,000 Jewish families isolated in their homes for Passover, it could have spelled the difference between having what they needed for a Seder or not.
An alarming shortage of chlorine – used to keep pools clean and safe – has sparked alarm across the country, as pre-summer lack of supply keeps pools closed.
United has just announced that they have agreed to buy 15 Boom Overture Supersonic jets with an option to buy up to 50, bringing back the age of supersonic travel.
Camp Gan Yisroel Detroit just recently signed a contract to purchase a large new campground in Tustin, MI. The new grounds will complement their existing facility in Kalkaska, more than doubling their current capacity.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is admitting that the coronavirus could have come from a “lab leak” — as emails released through the FOIA show he was told of “unusual features of the virus” at the beginning of the pandemic — but is blaming criticism of his shifting positions on “people out there” who “resent” him.
The Bruchstat Family invites the community to join in a Siyum and Hachnosas Sefer Torah in honor of Hatomim Menachem Mendel Bruchstat OBM.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson shares the inside story behind the publishing of Kovetz Chof Ches Sivan, and the distribution of the Kovetz on the 50th anniversary of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s safe arrival in the United States.
R’ Nachman Schapiro (Head Mashpia of Oholei Torah, Chever Va’ad Lehafotzas Sichos) takes a photo with his class of תשפ”א in front of 770 seeing them off to the Rebbe’s Shlichus and Shiur Hei in the coming year.
Rabbi Moshe Edreyi has served in various positions in the Kfar Chabad Vocational School from 1961 until 1996 and continues to be in touch with many of the alumni of the school. He was interviewed in his home in Kfar Chabad in January of 2016.