CTeen shluchim in Eretz Yisroel distributed 2,500 sets of daled minim to teenage boys who are regular participants in their programs and activities, setting up mini daled minim markets in their Chabad Houses for the teens to personally select a set.
CTeen shluchim across Eretz Yisroel distributed 2,500 sets of daled minim to teenage boys who are regular participants in their programs and activities.
The distribution took place thanks to a CTeen Headquarters in Eretz Yisroel, which set up the logistics to have each shliach receive the necessary number of sets. The shluchim then set up a ‘daled minim market’ for the teens, who carefully examined the lulavim and esrogim and personally selected the one they would use.
The shluchim also arranged special classes and shiurim, teaching the halachos of the daled minim and their meaning according to Chassidus.
Each teen who received a set committed to shake the lulav and esrog every day of Sukkos, and to share the set with their family as well, for them to use. Many of the teens even signed up to join Mivtza Lulav with their shluchim, offering other Yidden the chance to do the mitzvah of the day.
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