The New York and New England Regional Kinus HaShluchim, held in the days preceding Gimmel Tammuz, culminated with an upscale dinner banquet program chaired by Rabbi Motti Grossbaum of Setauket, NY, and addressed by Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Rabbi Shais Taub and others.
The New York and New England Regional Kinus HaShluchim, held in the days preceding Gimmel Tammuz, culminated with an upscale dinner banquet program chaired by Rabbi Motti Grossbaum of Setauket, NY.
Rabbi Adam Stein of Stonybrook, NY led the crowd in a perek of Tehillim, and host Shliach, Rabbi Chaim Grossbaum opened the program. Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Vice Chairman of the Merkos, inspired the Shluchim to strengthen their Hiskashrus by frequently writing to the Rebbe regarding Besuros Tovos. “The palpable energy that we feel gathering in person once again is extremely refreshing; these Kinusim are essential to keep us focused on who we are as Shluchim and what our mission is,” said Rabbi Kotlarsky regarding the event.
The memorable keynote address was delivered by Rabbi Shais Taub of Cedarhurst, NY.
After the banquet, Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor of Bangkok, Thailand, led the post-Kinus Farbrengen as Shluchim sat together and uplifted each other late into the night.
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