200 Bochurim arriving in the United States for a year in ‘Kvutzah’ will be spending 2 weeks quarantining on a 20-acre campsite in Connecticut.
200 Bochurim arriving in the United States for a year in ‘Kvutzah’ in 770 will be spending 2 weeks quarantining on a 20-acre campsite in Connecticut.
The bochurim will be spending the two weeks on the 20-acre site of Camp Chomeish, a quiet, idyllic grounds near the Connecticut River.
The quarantine was arranged after consultation with Crown Heights doctors and rabbonim, to ensure the safety of the bochurim and of Crown Heights residents.
The campgrounds were rented by ‘Iggud Talmidei Hakvutzah’, and the program was made possible thanks to the tireless efforts of a dedicated staff of Tmimim and Anash, with the assistance of philanthropists from Crown Heights and around the world.
Awaiting the bochurim during the two-week process is a unique, Chassidishe experience of serious learning, fascinating shiurim, and Farbrengens deep into the night – accompanied by delicious food and beautiful accommodations – which will prepare them to take advantage of their year in the Rebbe’s Daled Amos to its fullest.
The Hanhola of 770 has expressed its great satisfaction with the program that has been put together.
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