As Chassidim worldwide are counting down the days until the Rebbe’s birthday on Yud-Alef Nissan, Vaad Hatmimim is preparing to host nearly 1,000 Bochurim for a grand Shabbos near the Rebbe’s Ohel.
Announced a few short weeks ago at the Live Kinus Hakhel for Chabad Yeshivos, the Vaad Hatmimim has arranged a special Shabbos program in preparation for Yud-Alef Nissan near the Rebbe’s Ohel, taking care of all the physical and spiritual needs of any bochur who wishes to join. Close to 1000 bochurim took advantage of this offer and will be spending an uplifting Shabbos with their classmates and mashpi’im.
Some of the jam-packed programming to take place from Friday afternoon through Sunday include shiurim in Chassidus and Nigleh and chassidishe farbrengens. They will be delivered by notable maggidei shiurim and mashpi’im and split by grades to ensure more of an effective and pleasant experience for bochurim on every level.
In the spirit of Hakhel, many joint learning sessions and kinusim will also take place over Shabbos. This is all in addition to the excellent sleeping accommodations in close proximity to the Ohel and around-the-clock farbeisin and meals graciously provided for the bochurim. Transportation to and from the Ohel will also be provided by BusToOhel.com.
The following mashpi’im and shluchim will be taking part in the Shabbos: Rabbis Chaim Shaul Brook, Yisroel Deren, Yosef Klyne, Shmaya Shmotkin, Mendel Scharf, Leima Wilhelm, and Moshe Wolberg.
Talmidim hashluchim have reported that bochurim are eagerly anticipating an exciting Hakhel-spirited Shabbos spent in the Rebbe’s presence following weeks of preparation for this most joyous day. Many are still raving about last year’s successful ‘Kulo Orah’ event in Crown Heights.
The following Yeshivos are joining the program: 770, Arizona, Baltimore, Beit Shemesh, Chicago, Coral Springs, Detroit, LA – Mesivta, LA – Zal, Monsey – Mesivta, Morristown, New Haven – Mesivta, Nyack, Oholei Torah – Zal, Toronto – Mesivta, and Tzfas – Mesivta.
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