The directors of Camp Gan Yisroel-Montreal expressed their appreciation to their dedicated staff with a delicious Chinese takeout dinner and entertainment after the campers went to sleep.
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Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston, an affiliate of Educational Institute Oholei Torah, has grown to be one of the most sought after overnight Yeshiva Summer programs, even though it is relatively one of the newest Chabad camps established.
This past Thursday, the talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, spent the evening at the Skylands Ice World, where they had a lot of fun ice skating and enjoyed delicious donuts and drinks.
Max Gergel, who graduated with a degree in chemical engineering from the University of South Carolina in 1942, founded and ran the successful Columbia Organic Chemical Company. A Nobel Prize-winning biochemist once said in a speech that he was encouraged by Gergel, describing him as “an unusually nice man.”
Nestled between Thailand and Vietnam, Laos presents a daunting challenge to new Chabad reps Rabbi Shalom and Tammy Glitzenstein. With poor access both to clean drinking water and electricity, the communist country is plagued by humanitarian issues and struggles to contain the opium trade that thrives thanks to its remote border areas.
Over 7,000 children from more than 55 different Camp Gan Israel chapters around the globe joined last week for a day of Jewish unity, pride and connection.
These days the spacious grounds of Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim Lubavitch in the suburbs of Moscow is hosting Camp Gan Yisroel for dozens of young shluchim, along with their dedicated counselors, head counselors and staff. As is customary in Lubavitch, to have one of the sheva brachos celebration in Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim, chasan Menachem Mendel Lazar and his new wife came to Camp Gan Yisroel to celebrate together with the young campers, children of Shluchim, in what turned out to be a most emotional and lively celebration.
Last Friday night was no ordinary one for 1,500 young adults in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Students and young Jewish professionals celebrated Shabbat dinner at the La Rural convention center. They talked and sang and bonded over a three-course catered dinner that lasted until the wee hours of the morning.
On Sunday, June 11th, Chabad @ The Beaches commemorated 14 years of commitment to Jewish life in the Ponte Vedra and Jacksonville Beaches communities with its annual Gala Dinner and Celebration. Actor and Comedian Mendy Pellin entertained the crowd.
Camps from across South Florida joined together for an annual camp unity day event on Thursday, Yud Bais Tammuz, which was held in Xtreme Action Park.
On Sunday, the talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, enjoyed their third trip: white water rafting.
On Sunday, as parents, siblings and friends arrived for visiting day, Camp Emunah marked 60 years since the Rebbe’s first visit to the camp, located in Greenfield Park, NY.
Over 550 Shluchim from across the globe gathered at the opulent Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope for JLI’s annual Adult Education Conference and Expo. Participants enjoyed a day of professional training, idea-sharing, best practices, and brainstorming new ways of expanding all forms of Mivtzah Torah in their hometown communities for the upcoming academic year.
With the conclusion of the Mezuza Bank Project, during which thousands of mezuzas were put up in Jewish homes across Russia, this week a new initiative was announced by Chief Rabbi of Russia Berl Lazar: a Tefilin Bank.
More than 300 people gathered in Los Angeles, CA, to watch a live interview of Rabbi Ezra Schochet, popularly known as “The Rosh,” and Mr. Tulli Deutsch, a renowned philanthropist, conducted by JEM’s My Encounter project.
On Sunday, the campers of Gan Yisroel-Montreal were visited by their families, relatives and friends, many of whom made the seven-hour-long trek up from New York for the day.
If you ask college students around the world what attracted them to their Chabad on Campus center, many will point to the warm family atmosphere. It is only natural therefore, that the annual Chabad on Campus International Kinus is very much a family affair, with accommodations and activities for the entire family and separate programs for Shluchim, Shluchos, and children of all ages.
The former Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott, headlined a gala dinner benefiting Chabad of the North Shore in Sydney, at which over $200,000 (AUD) was raised.
When Chabad on Campus International teamed up with Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) International to launch a Bar Mitzvah program, it’s unlikely they would have expected Vienna to be the location for the first graduating group of Bar Mitzvah students.
On Sunday, the campers of Gan Yisroel-Florida were visited by their parents, siblings and friends, who enjoyed many fun activities together both on and off camp grounds.
On the eve of Yud Beis Tammuz, twenty-eight Crown Heights teachers gathered to mark the conclusion of their extensive training. The eight week course, facilitated by Igud Hamelamdim and delivered by world renowned teachers’ trainer Rabbi Michel Rottenberg, covered everything a teacher should know to succeed.
Hundreds gathered in the main Shul of 770 on Thursday night for a Farbrengen in honor of Yud Beis-Yud Gimmel Tammuz, the day of the Frierdiker Rebbe’s liberation from Soviet Russia.