Posted to Photo Galleries on

ULY Children Keep Cherished Tradition

Students of the Pre-1A classes at United Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Crown Heights paid a meaningful visit to the Rebbe’s room at 770 Eastern Parkway.

In the years before 27 Adar 5752, the Pre-1A Talmidim of ULY would go to the Rebbe for dollars after celebrating their Siddur Party. In the years that followed 5754 – with a Tefilah on their lips to be zoche to see the Rebbe B’einei Bosor – the Pre-1A Talmidim continued this wonderful tradition to visit the Rebbe’s room to connect to the Rebbe upon reaching this milestone.

A special Yasher Koach goes to Rabbi Katzen for spearheading this initiative.

The boys were accompanied by their Rebbis, Rabbi Shmaryahu Katzen, Rabbi Moshe Schwartz, and Rabbi Levi Hurwitz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44


  • 1. Anonymous wrote:

    Mazal tov to the students of ULY on this occasion! Ordinary days are made extraordinary by our amazing teachers. I am so grateful to be a part of this. So much thanks go to the teachers and those who coordinated this, and who run an amazing school. How fortunate are the children who are taught here.
    You should continue to have much hatzlacha in all your holy work.

  • 2. Beautiful! wrote:

    Thank you Rabbi Katzen and all the teachers!
    You are doing an amazing job bringing up our children on the derech of Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit.
    Thank you!

  • 4. Grateful Parent wrote:

    Thank you Rabbi Simpson, Rabbi Schwartz, Rabbi Hurwitz, Rabbi Katzen and all the wonderful Rebbis who are giving our children the best of the best!

    May Hashem repay you in all that you need!

  • 5. Shliach wrote:

    Thank you ULY for raising the next generation of Chassidim with a real connection to the Rebbe.
    These little things when they are young, stays with them forever, shaping their future as dedicated Mekusharim.

    Thank you Rabbi Katzen for bringing this opportunity to the next generation


Comments are closed.