After hours spent on Chanuka mivtzoim and the Mitzva Tank parade, Bochurim returned to 770 for a farbrengen with the Yeshiva’s Hanhala and a chanuka gelt distribution.
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After hours spent on Chanuka mivtzoim and the Mitzva Tank parade, Bochurim in 770 marked the fifth night of Chanuka with a farbrengen with the Yeshiva’s hanhala.
At the conclusion of the farbrengen, Rabbi Shlomo Zarchi and Rabbi Kuti Feldman distributed Chanuka gelt to all the Bochurim studying in central Tomchei Temimim 770, as was the Rebbe’s directive to members of Hanhala.
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