Each day Talmidim of Kvutzah 5781 are steadily making their way from JFK and Newark airports to the Connecticut campus where they will quarantine for the next two weeks.
One by one, the Talmidim of Kvutzah 5781 are steadily making their way from JFK and Newark airports to the Connecticut campus where the will quarantine for the next two weeks.
Prior to their departure, the bochurim gathered for a Chassidishe Farbrengen in Kfar Chabad, boarding their flights amidst song and dance out of great excitement for their upcoming year with the Rebbe.
Upon their arrival, they boarded buses provided by Iggud Talmidei Hakvutzah to take them to the 20-acre grounds, featuring an Olympic-sized swimming pool, recreational fields, and lake – all of which will provide the tranquil atmosphere perfect to enable them to properly prepare for this important year in their lives.
Several Crown Heights residents and older bochurim are on site to see to all the needs of the Talmidim, including three delicious meals a day as well as serious Sedarim in Nigleh and Chassidus.
“It warms the heart to see that despite all the uncertainty in these times, and the upheavals undergone by the Chabad community around the world in the last few months, the holy tradition of Kvutzah still continues,” the organizers said.