The annual Kinus for young shluchim, held by the Shluchim Office, willtake place virtually this year, with three tracks based on time zones and will include activities, rallies, prizes, shows, topped off with the grand banquet.
Every year, parallel to the Kinus, Young Shluchim gather together for their own Kinus. This year the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim will hold a virtual program, an incredible experience where Young Shluchim all over the world can be in one space virtually and connect together.
“This year’s program will center around the theme of Chassidim ein mishpocho. Although we might be psychically distant, we all have one father – the Rebbe, and we are all connected to each other,” says director Berel Bendet. “We are continuing to plan for all possibilities in a changing environment and will update if there will be any changes.”
This year’s Kinus will begin on Friday, 26 Cheshvan / November 13, resume on Motzai Shabbos and will end on Sunday, 28 Cheshvan / November 15.
The program for boys in grades 1-8 will have three tracks based on time zone and will include an interactive experience with fellow Young Shluchim featuring activities, rallies, prizes, shows, topped off with the grand banquet. A full Kinus box complete with a t-shirt, Yamulka, prizes and items for activities is included with each registration.
To register, visit YoungShluchim.org. Registration will be closing on Wednesday, 26 Tishrei / October 14 in order to allow the staff to arrange the program and logistics.