The Shluchim Office has announced the dates and opened registration for the Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp, promising an exciting and inspiring ten day experience in Lake Worth, FL, for young shluchim and shluchos from around the world.
Each year, Young Shluchim and Shluchos from around the world count down the days until the Tzeirei Hashluchim Winter Camp, a ten day treasured experience in Lake Worth, FL.
Living the entire year outside of Lubavitch communities, getting to spend quality time with fellow Shluchim in a Chassidishe, fun environment is a highlight they look forward to all year long. For many Young Shluchim living in remote areas, this is one of a very few opportunities to truly connect and gain inspiration in their Shlichus.
“The socialization, friendship and Chassidishkeit my son got is invaluable,” shared Mrs. Chanie Bukiet, Shlucha to Bradenton, FL. “He came home with new friends, making Zoom Shiurim meetings, phone calls, etc. Thank you for this priceless experience!”
Registration has opened at YoungShluchim.org for this year’s program, promising an exciting and inspiring ten day experience for both the girls and boys divisions.
The girls division will begin on 16 Teves / December 20th until 25 Teves / December 29th and will be directed by Mrs. Mushka Minsky.
The boys division will take place during Yeshiva Break, starting 24 Shevat / January 26th until 2 Adar 1 / February 3rd.
“There are no adequate words to describe the impact camp has on so many Young Shluchim and Shluchos,” said Rabbi Berel Bendet who directs the camp. “From the beautiful moments during camp and stories retold after, we see time and time again how vital these ten days really are.”
A talented group of staff has already started working on this year’s program to create an unforgettable camp experience packed with incredible trips, activities and Farbrengens.
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.