After months of tremendous effort in preparing for the Rebbe’s birthday, Bochurim of Mesivta Lubavitch of Monsey who excelled in the Mivtza “Big 120” were rewarded with a unique Chinese Auction.
After months of tremendous effort in preparing for Yud Alef Nissan, the Bochurim of Mesivta Lubavitch of Monsey who excelled in the Mivtza “Big 120” were rewarded with a unique Chinese Auction.
The Mivtza began 120 days before Yud Alef Nissan, with a Farbrengen with Rabbi Binyamin Scheinman, Shliach of the Rebbe in Chicago, who farbrenged till the wee hours of the morning on the importance of this special day.
The Talmidim HaShluchim announced the grand Mivtza the following day, creating excitement and countdown to this special day. The Mivtza was split into 4 segments, each one a Mivtza in its own right.
“The preparation for Yud Alef Nissan in our Yeshiva has been with extreme Chayus, the Bochurim prepared for this day, and came ready”, shared Rabbi Schneur Vogel, a Maggid Shiur in Yeshiva.
The Mivtza included the learning of many of the Rebbe’s Sichos, Chitas and Rambam, Tanya Baal Peh, and more.
The special day of Yud Alef Nissan itself was celebrated in a Chassidishe way, with many Bochurim coming in to the Rebbe, joining Farbrengens and the huge Mitzvah Tank parade.
Finally, after the Bochurim came back from Bein Hazmanim, they were rewarded for their efforts with a GRAND Chinese Auction. Prizes included a set of Toras Menachem, Likutei Sichos, Sefer HaSichos, English Rambam as well as a Hoverboard, Bike, Scooter, go-pro, and many more, and the grand prize, a Rebbe Dollar!
“The auction was a huge success,” shared the Menahel Ruchni Rabbi Sender Lustig. “It was a great way to encourage the Bochurim for their continuous efforts”.
The Mivtza has transformed the Yeshiva, and brought renewed Geshmak and Chayus in many areas of the Yeshiva. “Seeing the Bochurim learning the Sichos, and the Geshmak by the Farbrengens leading up to this special day, definitely gave the Rebbe a lot of Nachas”, said one of the local Anash members.
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