The City of Cincinnati named a street near the local Chabad Yeshiva and Shul “The Lubavitcher Rebbe Way” in honor of the Rebbe. They dedicated the new name with the bochurim from the local yeshiva in a special ceremony.
The City of Cincinnati named a street “The Lubavitcher Rebbe Way” in honor of the Rebbe, and dedicated the new name with a special ceremony.
At the event, members of the City Council spoke about the Rebbe, as well as the local senior-shliach Rabbi Sholom Ber Kalmanson.
Rabbi Gershon Avtzon spoke next and stressed the fact that the street name reminds all people to follow in the ways of the Rebbe.
Local Chabad Chaplain, Rabbi Mendy Kalmanson, unveiled the sign.
The new street sign is on the corner that is in between the local Lubavitch Shul and Lubavitch Yeshiva.
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