In preparation for Chof Beis Shevat, the 35th Yahrzeit-Hilula of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, Vaad Or Vechom present several useful resources to assist you and your family in preparing for and marking this special day.
In under a week, we will be marking 35 years from the Rebbetzin’s Yahrzeit-Hilula.
In the period following the Rebbetzin’s Histalkus, it became clear from the Rebbe’s words to us how central a place the Rebbetzin held in the Rebbe’s Nesius. Over the years following the Rebbetzin’s Histalkus, the Rebbe marked this day together with the Chassidim and continuously encouraged us to learn from the Rebbetzin.
With this in mind, Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus is pleased to share several useful resources to assist you and your family in preparing for and marking this special day.
The Chof Beis Shevat resource site includes: Learning material, featured videos, articles in English and Hebrew, videos of Chassidim Farbrenging, and much more!
Check it out at OrVechom.com/22Shevat
“Take to Heart” is an easy-to-use and adaptable school curriculum that gives teachers the tools to mark this day and learn from the Rebbetzin together with their students. The curriculum includes a PowerPoint presentation, videos, engaging activities, and a Teacher’s Guide to explain it all. It is designed for each teacher to customize it for their classroom by choosing which points and stories they want to give over to their students.
This curriculum consists of 3 lessons: The relevance of Chof Beis Shevat to every Chossid, Sixteen stories of the Rebbetzin that teach us valuable lessons, and Practical suggestions for Hachlotos in honor of Chof Beis Shevat.
To find out more and sign up, visit OrVechom.com/5023390
Originally published in connection with the 30th Yahrtzeit, the family Farbrengen, consisting of 5 stories of the Rebbetzin and suggested lessons and “family talk,” give parents the tools to prepare their family for Chof Beis Shevat. Click here to download.
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To catch a glimpse of this day and what it meant to the Rebbe, watch this moving 6-minute video, released by JEM:
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