Shluchim to Gather Virtually to Plan ‘Living Legacy Conference’

A group of shluchim from across the globe will gather today to plan and learn about the upcoming Living Legacy Conference in Washington D.C., where the highest elected officials of the land will pay tribute to the Rebbe.

A group of shluchim from across the globe will gather today to plan and learn about the upcoming Living Legacy Conference in Washington D.C., where the highest elected officials of the land will pay tribute to the Rebbe.

The unique and prestigious program, marking the Rebbe’s 120th birthday, will reflect upon these past decades, and the lifetime of the Rebbe, seeking guidance and inspiration from his leadership for the unprecedented challenges of our time.

During previous conferences, marking milestone birthdays of the Rebbe, many prestigious dignitaries attended, including the President, Vice President, and many government officials and elected officials from all ends of the political spectrum. Organizers are expecting a number of special guest this year as well.

To help prepare for the historic event, and to explain how the event can be beneficial for the shlichus of shluchim across the globe, a group of shluchim will host a Zoom call today.

The Zoom will feature Rabbi Yossi Deren of Stamford, CT, Rabbi Mendel Lipskar of Johannesburg, South Africa, Rabbi Yoske Greenberg of Anchorage, Alaska, Rabbi Levi Shemtov of Washington D.C., Rabbi Tzvi Grunblatt of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Rabbi Levi Slonim of Binghamton, New York.

To join the Zoom, register at LivingLegacy.org/zoom

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