Registration has opened for both the girls’ and boys’ divisions of the Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camps of the Shluchim Office, a 10-day incredible experience in Lake Worth, Florida.
The Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp is much anticipated and an annual highlight for Young Shluchim and Shluchos who wait all year to connect to peers like them. Living the entire year outside of Lubavitch communities, they treasure being able to spend real quality time in a Chassidishe and fun environment.
“The amount of Koichos, Chayus, and Ibergegebenkeit that the camp emanates to these young children is quite outstanding and truly necessary” wrote Mrs. Sara Steinmetz, Shlucha to Sarasota, FL. “It’s amazing to see how just 10 days with friends who lead similar lifestyles can make such a positively strong impact. We are more grateful than you can imagine!”
Registration has opened at YoungShluchim.org for this year’s program, promising an exciting and inspiring ten days for both the girls and boys divisions. This year’s program offers a unique and beautiful opportunity for children of Shluchim to get together during the Hakhel year.
The girls division will begin on 3 Teves / December 27 until 12 Teves / January 5. The boys division will take place starting 23 Teves / January 16 until 3 Shevat / January 25.
“Year after year we see the immense effect that camp has on Young Shluchim and Shluchos,” shared Rabbi Berel Bendet who directs the camp. “We are continuously blown away seeing how they grow and are inspired not only during the ten days but how the impact lasts long after camp is over.”
A talented group of staff has already started working on this year’s program to create an unforgettable camp experience packed with Hakhel events, incredible trips, and so much more.
Machane Berel and Machane Rivka Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp is a project of The Shluchim Office.
The Shluchim Office and the Young Shluchim division honor the memory of Rabbi Don Yoel Levy A”H of OK Kosher organization, a longtime sponsor of this worthy cause.
For more information, visit YoungShluchim.org and email c[email protected] with any questions.
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