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When the Rebbetzin Alluded to Her Own Passing

Before Yom Kippur of 5748, the Rebbetzin made a seemingly unexceptional comment, which, when looking back, actually foretold her passing later that year. An incredible story about the Rebbetzin’s exalted and holy character, written by Alaska Shliach Rabbi Yosef Greenberg.

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Memories of the Rebbetzin Shared at Ohel Farbrengen

Photos: Eitan Chiyun/Anash.org

Chassidim gathered at the Ohel Monday night for a farbrengen marking Chof Beis Shevat, the yahrzeit-hilula of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka. Speakers shared personal experiences with the Rebbetzin and their memories of her passing.

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Chance Encounter in Shanghai Leads to Jewish Podcast

Adam Valen-Levinson wasn’t looking for Judaism in Shanghai, China, and he definitely wasn’t thinking about starting a Jewish podcast, until he met Dovid Grossbaum, then a rabbinical student filling in for the local rabbi.

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Seeking online teachers

TorahChinuch.com’s Online Cheder is run al taharas hakodesh in a warm way that meets the needs of each child. The cheder is now seeking substitutes which may lead to longer term positions, both for a part time Rebbi for the boys’ program and for a part time girls’ teacher. Please send a resume and any questions to [email protected]

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Chinuch Shlichus

Monsey, NY

Cheder Chabad of Monsey is looking for power couples that are looking to dedicate themselves to the shlichus of Chinuch.

There are openings in the boys, girls, and preschool divisions, and in addition, include community leadership opportunities.

We are interviewing now for the next school year.

Please send your resume to [email protected]

Serious inquiries only.

[email protected]
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Looking for Yiddish Speaking Melamdim and Morahs

A Cheder in the New York area is looking for qualified Melamdim and Morahs to teach this coming school year (5783).

Fluency in Yiddish and chinuch experience is a must.

For more information, please email [email protected]

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Young Shluchim Immerse in Yud Shvat Programing

This Yud Shvat, young shluchim from around the world were treated to immersive programs both before Yud Shvat and on the day, so that they too could be surrounded by the atmosphere of the Yom Hanesius.

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Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos Concludes With Grand Banquet

Young Shluchos joining both the in person and virtual track of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos of the Shluchim Office joined together for the grand banquet, concluding three incredible days of inspiration, fun and Chassidishkeit.

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Thousands Visit Rebbetzin’s Kever on Her Yahrzeit

Thousands of men and women traveled on Chof Beis Shvat, yom hilula of the Rebbetzin, to daven at her tziyon and the Rebbe‘s Ohel in Cambria Heights, with many utilizing the buses that left from Crown Heights each half hour.

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In Lubavitch Yeshiva, Boys Are Learning in the Hallways

Recess is a time when kids need to take a break, socialize, and relax. But in Lubavitch Yeshiva of Crown Heights the boys are not taking a break these days. They are in full-throttle, working on a present for the Rebbe’s birthday.

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Kew Gardens Shliach Sworn In as US Air Force Chaplain

In a special ceremony at NCFJE headquarters, Rabbi Mordechai Z. Hecht took the oath of office to become a US Air Force chaplain, administered by Chaplain Jacob Goldstein, who said that the ceremony was a closing of a circle for him personally.

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Baby Girl
כ״ב שבט ה׳תשפ״ב - January 24, 2022
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Chof Beis Shevat Illuminated with New Program For Women 

The day of Chof Beis Shevat has major significance for Jewish women worldwide. ‘Welcome Home,’ an innovative program from the Moshiach Office at Merkos 302, sheds new light on the themes of the day, namely the integral role women play in bringing Moshiach.

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20 New Shluchim, 12 New Mikvaos and $1.6M for Simcha Fund

During the Evening of Tribute closing off the Kinus Hashluchos, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky announced a list of sweeping initiatives, including 20 new shluchim, the first 12 out of 36 new Torahs, and the continuation of a simcha fund that had already distributed $1.6 million.

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