OYYL Inaugurates New Yeshiva Building With Tanya Printing

Photos: David Katash/Anash.org

Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch of Crown Heights inaugurated their new building at 333 Albany Avenue with a chanukas habayis and the printing of 333 Tanyas.

Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch of Crown Heights inaugurated their new building on Albany Avenue with a chanukas habayis and a Tanya printing.

The school recently announced the purchase of the new building at 333 Albany Ave. The event on Tuesday celebrated the purchase with a kvias mezuzah, a childrens’ program, and the printing of 333 Tanyas.

By hashgacha protis, the closing on the property began on the historic day of ט’ אדר and concluded on the following day י’ אדר – the day when the Frierdiker Rebbe arrived to America and came out with the public and famous directive that אמעריקא איז נישט אנדערש. 

“There was great Hashgocha Protis and an unfolding miracle in every detail of the development of this project,” says Mila Schneiderman, OYYL Director. “We are humbled at the outpouring of support we received from the members of our community and beyond. We are grateful to Hashem and the Rebbe for the constant brochos and inspiration to keep us moving towards our goal.” 

“With much gratitude to Hashem and excitement I would like to express my endless gratitude towards everyone who was involved in making this purchase a reality,” says Rabbi Mottel Schneiderman, OYYL Ed. Director. “This is something that absolutely couldn’t have happened without constant guidance and the brochos of the Rebbe! It’s nothing short of a miracle and it makes us humbled and happy to be merited with the ability to follow the Rebbe’s words and to see with our physical eyes how the plan that the Rebbe had prepared for us is unfolding in the most miraculous way.” 

The building will undergo remodeling to make it suitable for classrooms and will be used primarily for the use of OYYL Preschool for this upcoming school year. 

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