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Crown Heights is not the only place, nor Chabad the only ones prepping for Gimmel Tammuz. Camp HASC is also in full swing in its Hachonos for a Leil Shabbos farbrengen, with 30 lbs of Ohel Cookies.

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In this photo, Rabbi Aron Dalfin can be seen on the left of the maggid shiur who it is believed is Rabbi Yosef Goldberg. Rabbi Aron Dalfin was asked by Reb Nissan to teach for the 6 months he was there on his way from Eretz Yisroel to the Rebbe in 1958.

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At a wedding that took place last night in Lakewood, New Jersey, Rabbi Levy, the head of the OK Kosher Organization, met his Rosh Yeshiva from 53 years ago. A member of Moetzet Gedolah HaTorah in America a Gaon Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetzky, the Rosh Yeshiva of Philadelphia. At the brief meeting, Rabbi Kamenetzky praised the work of the OK.

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We all know that the parking police in New York City can be heartless, but did you know that they could do this? A car that had all four tires stolen overnight, and was sitting on bricks, is apparently a perfectly fine target for ticketing.

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Councilman Mathieu Eugene wishes Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky a happy birthday, and proclaims Monday in Brooklyn as “Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky Day.”

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Judge Elena Baron, a present Manhattan civil court judge running for surrogate Judge in Kings County, visited the WLCC Communications Room in 770. She was accompanied by Crown Heights activist Rabbi Yaakov Behrman, and was given a tour by Rabbi Mendel Eisenbach. The elections for Surrogate Judge will take place on June 25th.

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Stories of Mesiras Nefesh in the Holocaust can be found in books and videos that are your fingertips. But this one story is engraved on the tombstone of a Marine who survived World War Two, and attributes his survival to putting on tefillin and not eating unkosher meat.

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Rabbi Zalman Mendelsohn, the Chabad representative to Wyoming, visits the headquarters of the US department of education for meetings to further the Rebbe’s campaign on a moment of silence, education and sharing.

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Every Jew is a gem, and some people have a knack for finding gems. This Chassid found a group of nuns and monks visiting the Kever of David, and zeroed in on one particular monk, asking him if he was Jewish. The rest can be seen in the photo.

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Congressman Max Rose visited the log b’omer Fun day at Chabad of Staten Island to show his support after anti-Semitic graffiti was painted on the Chabad House.

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A touching photo has surfaced on social media showing a young boy helping an Israeli soldier don tefillin. The photo shows what appears to be a teffillin booth in the background, as the boy with long peyot and sirtuk helps a soldier put on tefillin. If you have any details on this photo, drop a comment to the editor.