Shluchos Enjoy A Thursday Evening of Inspiration and Connection

Photos: Rivka Laber

On Thursday evening, Shluchos joined the annual Shluchos Farbregen hosted by the Shluchim Office for an evening of inspiration and connection.

Every year Shluchos look forward to the annual Thursday night Farbrengen hosted by the Shluchim Office, a night to join an inspiring and empowering Farbrengen with delicious food and gifts. 

The Farbrengen at Lubavitch Yeshiva featured three incredible Shluchos Mrs. Mrs. Manya Lazaroff (College Station, TX), Mrs. Chanie Shmotkin (Manhattan, NY) and Mrs. Feige Slaviticki (Chicago, IL) discussing their personal perspectives on the ins and outs of the unique Shlichus lifestyle. 

Taking place simultaneously, the Hebrew speaking Farbrengen hosted at the Shluchim Office featured mother and daughter Mrs. Hinda Gerlitzky (Tel Aviv, Eretz Yisroel) and Mrs. Devora Leah Altein (Winnipeg, Canada). 

“This was the highlight of my Kinus,” wrote Shlucha Mrs. Chaya L. “Real, down to earth, practical and the presenters were very relatable, loved every part.”

The Shluchos had a choice of entering into four raffle packages which included gift certificates to Kirsh Jewelers, Jupe, Boutique25, Top Fashion, House of Lancry and more. 

Mazel tov to the winners Mrs. Chana Lerman (Atlanta, GA), Mrs. Sarah Wineberg (Chicago, IL), Mrs. Chana Rochel Zwiebel (Chico, CA) and Mrs. Sara Rashka Heidingsfeld.

Special for this year’s event, the Shluchos were gifted the new book “Covered in Blessing” on the Mitzvah of hair covering sponsored by the Greenberg Family Leilui Nishmas Mrs. Devorah Greenberg and were surprised with a second gift generously sponsored by Dress Blank.

A special thank you to the event planner, Mrs. Tzipporah Hahn and to all the dedicated staff and volunteers involved in this year’s farbrengen, led by Mrs. Bassie Shemtov and Mrs. Frayde Nussbaum, for making the event such a great success.

The Shluchos Farbrengen is a project of the Shluchim Office, sponsored by the Skolnik Family.

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