This past Sunday, Vaad Hatmimim Haolami hosted a live Kinus Hakhel for Chabad Mesivtos in preparation for Yud Alef Nissan.
Over ten Chabad Mesivtos around the world gathered this Sunday for a live Kinus Hakhel on Zoom in preparation for Yud-Aleph Nissan.
The half-hour program featured Rabbi Mendel Scharf of Detroit Mesivta and Rabbi Yisroel Altein of Pittsburgh Mesivta, who addressed the bochurim regarding Hakhel and how to best prepare for Yud-Aleph Nissan. Additionally, two bochurim, Berel Lipskar of Monsey Mesivta and Mendel Preiger of Miami Mesivta shared a short piece from a Sicha of the Rebbe on those topics.
The program concluded with an announcement from the directors of Vaad Hatmimim describing the special arrangements being planned for the Shabbos before Yud-Alef Nissan at the Rebbe’s Ohel. From accommodations to exclusive Farbrengens and Shiruim from notable mashpi’im, any bochur who wishes to spend the Shabbos at the Ohel, will be well taken care of.
As a special Teshurah from the event, the bochurim received the first issue of the acclaimed Kulo Orah magazine which first appeared last year in connection with the Rebbe’s 120th birthday.
This year’s bi-weekly magazines will feature a special column covering a specific category of Hachanos and Matanos taking place in Yeshivos around the world; the first issue explores the various gifts of Torah being prepared by Bochurim in multiple Yeshivos. Future issues will cover Hakhel gatherings, extra Mivtzoim, and other Matanos being prepared throughout the world.
Each issue also includes fresh and inspirational content from Yud-Aleph Nissan throughout the years in 770 with the Rebbe and an intervie in w with a different Chossid, sharing personal experiences and stories connected with the magazine’s theme.
The first issue can be viewed and downloaded by clicking here.
The participating Mesvitos were: Mesivta Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Detroit, Yeshivas Ohr Eliyahu Chicago, Mesivta of Postville, Miami Klurman Mesivta, Mesivta Mayan HaTorah Pomona, Mesivta Lubavitch of Monsey, Mesivta of Coral Springs, Mesivta Arizona, Yeshivas Ohr Elchonon Chabad – LA Mesivta, Mesivta Ohr Temimim Toronto.
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