Regardless of the many bookings over the holiday weekend, the Jewish owners of the American Dream Mall prioritized the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, for hundreds of Young Shluchim to experience an unforgettable day of waterpark fun.
Regardless of the many bookings over the holiday weekend that collide with this year’s Kinus dates, the Jewish owners of the American Dream Mall prioritized the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, with an exclusive rental for hundreds of Young Shluchim to experience an unforgettable day of waterpark fun.
“Every year, we work on upgrading our program to give the Tzeirei Hashluchim an uplifting, memorable experience they will never forget,” shared director Rabbi Berel Bendet. “We are so grateful to the owners of American Dream for partnering with us to give the Young Shluchim an incredible experience, despite their other bookings on this busy weekend.”
The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim is a much anticipated highlight for Young Shluchim living around the world, providing a one of a kind weekend packed with inspiration, connection and tons of fun.
In addition to the in person track, this year will also include a virtual track that will take place simultaneously, enabling every child to join the program no matter the circumstance.
As the Kinus weekend approaches, the Shluchim Office has been a hive of activity with preparations to get all logistics and details planned for both virtual and in person tracks. Working morning through night, the team stops at nothing to give every Young Shliach the most high quality Kinus experience.
With registration rapidly filling, make sure to register now at YoungShluchim.org/MegaKinus. Registration for the in-person Kinus program closes Thursday, 8 Cheshvan / October 14.
To get in touch with the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, email [email protected].
The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim is a project of the Shluchim Office.
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