Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos Opens Registration For Dual Programs

The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos of the Shluchim Office, an annual highlight for Young Shluchos around the world, opens registration for this year’s two-track program, offering both virtual and in-person options.

Young Shluchos living across the world look forward to the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos every year, an unforgettable weekend where they get to meet and spend time with fellow Shluchos, gaining in their Hiskashrus to the Rebbe and pride in their role as a Shlucha.

Building off of the incredible success of this year’s Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, the biggest and best year yet with two simultaneous tracks, this year’s girls Kinus will also offer both virtual and in-person options to include every Young Shucha.

“I am so excited for Kinus every year but I really can’t wait for this year,” said Shternie Brashevitzky, Young Shlucha to Dural, Florida. “After missing last year, I’m so excited to come back and see my friends again!”

Planning has already begun for the in person track in Crown Heights, with amazing trips, exciting programs and inspirational Farbrengens and rallies. Catering to the Young Shluchos who won’t be able to attend due to travel restrictions, the parallel virtual program will include engaging activities, beautiful presentations and interactive games.

“We know how much the Kinus means to Young Shluchos and the impact of the Chayus and inspiration that they gain,” shared director Mrs. Mushka Minsky. “The opportunity to cater to every Young Shlucha with both tracks ensures that every girl can experience the fun, connection and excitement that Kinus gives them.” Both the virtual and in person tracks will take place during the Kinus weekend, 19 – 21 Shevat / January 21 – 23.

Registration for both tracks is open at Registration for both tracks will close on Rosh Chodesh Shevat / January 3. Contact [email protected] to reach out to the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos.

The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos is a project of the Shluchim Office.

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