After 3 years where the Flatbush Lag B’Omer Parade had to be scaled down due to restrictions, it was back this year better than ever, led by a marching band and a cavalry of NYPD horses.
After 3 years where the Flatbush Lag B’Omer Parade had to be scaled down due to restrictions, it was back this year better than ever. What a joy to see Yiddishe Kinderlach march through the streets of Brooklyn proudly carrying signs of “I am proud to be a Jew” lighting up a dark world.
Bochurim dressed up as clowns created a festive atmosphere along with the boys drumming band all the way from Ave K down to Ave N, led a by a cavalry of NYPD horses.
Harav Moshe Tuvia Lieff shlita graced the Event with his words of Torah. Harav Yoseph Vigler shlita explained to the children the significance of simcha and how it can overcome all barriers.
Thousands of children watched a skit on Rashbi and were entertained with all the fun and excitement. And of course with the fire of Rashbi burning in their lives forever and lighting up the world
Special thanks were given to Captain Richie Taylor, Lieutenant Yitz Jablon, Avrumi Brown, the 63rd Precinct. Zvi Weil and Shomrim, Shmuel Muller, Shloime Kaufman – and Mendel Richter and the most creative bochurim ever, Shea Rubenstein and the JCC of Marine Park and to Chein Insurance.
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