With Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos just a few weeks away, a global competition has been announced where every Young Shlucha can enter and showcase her talents. Plus: Register by tomorrow for free USA shipping.
After the amazing success of the boys’ competition, the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos has launched the “Show The World” competition, where Shluchos get to bring an important message to life using any creative method from a story, to a video, or a piece of art.
The entries of the competition are to be centered around this year’s theme of ‘Chassidim Zaynen Ein Mishpocho – Chassidim are one family’. As a family, we all have one father – the Rebbe who sent us and is with us all the time. As a family, we inspire each other and lift up each other. As a family, we all have the same goal and help each other reach it. As a family, our Ahavas Yisrael is extra strong.
Here’s how the competition works:
Brainstorm a way to bring to life the message of being part of one family – The Rebbe’s Army – “Chassidim Ein Mishpacha”.
Create a masterpiece that brings out your message by drawing, building, acting or filming.
Submit a photo or video by uploading the file on the Kinus website.
The top 10 finalists will be judged by an esteemed panel of judges at the live contest viewing during the Kinus, and three winners will be chosen.
1st place – $100 Gift Card to Tzfasman’s Jewelers
2nd place – Digital Camera
3rd place – Big Picture of the Rebbe
Entries must be submitted by Thursday, 15 Shevat to be a part of the competition.
Click here for more competition details.
With only 2 days left for free USA shipping and subsidized international shipping, register now for the Mega Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos at youngshluchim.org.
The year’s program will have tracks based on time zones and will include an interactive experience with fellow Young Shluchos featuring rallies, arts and crafts, prizes, shows, topped off with the grand banquet. A full Kinus box complete with a t-shirt, Hachana booklet, arts and crafts, prizes, and items for the programs is included with each registration.
Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos is a project of the Shluchim Office.