Excitement filled the air of Crown Heights this past week as hundreds of boys from the local mosdos filled nine locations throughout the neighborhood for the Yeshivas Erev Yehuda Kalman evening learning program.
From 7 to 8 PM every evening, Sunday through Thursday, talmidim are participating in one of the three unique programs that are available to them. There is the regular Yeshivas Erev program where the boys’ time is spent reviewing the Gemara and Rashi inside, doing their homework with the help of the devoted Madrichim, as well as learning Mishnayos, Gemara and Tanya by heart. There is also a Shiur every night in a Sicha of the Rebbe, Halacha, Chassidishe story etc. The evening concludes with a Minyan for Ma’ariv.
A second program is a special Mishnayos shiur for boys who wish to learn sedarim not being covered in their Yeshiva.
A third program is a shiur for boys preparing themselves for the Chidon Mitzvos, delving into the details of the 613 Mitzvos.
Yeshivas Erev Yehudah Kalman will iy”H continue throughout the school year on a daily basis. All of the boys who attend will receive wonderful rewards and prizes.
Throughout the week, the boys receive raffle tickets for good behavior and learning, and every Thursday night a raffle is made for fabulous prizes and awards.
The boys are also rewarded for their attendance with a Yeshivas Erev ID card. The card entitles the member to various discounts and rewards in local retail establishments.
During the year, there are different contests and competitions, and a bi-annual Brochos Bee and Shabbos Bee. Participants and winners receive great prizes and rewards.
Yeshivas Erev thanks Rabbi Y.Y. Simpson, Rabbi H. Lustig and Rabbi L. Newman from the Igud Menahalei Yeshivos for their constant support and guidance in bettering our commitment to the community, and to Rabbi Z. Sorkin for coordinating this outstanding program. A very special thank you goes to the generous sponsors and local stores for their continued support.
Become a partner! Share in the Zechus of Talmud Torah! Please call or text Yeshivas Erev at: 978-384-0770 or email: email@example.com.