A lively and spirited Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen in Southwest Florida lead to 45 community members pledging to give out 8 Chanukah Menorahs each to Jews who don’t have one of their own.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, Shliach to Southwest Florida together with Assistant Rabbi Peretz Meir Simcha Minkowicz hosted a beautiful Yud Tes Kislev Farbrengen for the community as well as Hurricane Ian relief professionals who are currently frequenting the area.
Rabbi Rafi Rosenberg, Shliach at Chabad of Skylake was the guest speaker to farbreng with the Community. Many community members brought their guitars and sang beautiful niggunim as well as the traditional Padah B’Shalom Yud Tes Kislev Song that led to beautiful lively dancing.
Thanks to the Hercenberg Mitzvah Mission & Chabad of Parkland, who created the “Chanukah Ambassador of Light Project” the farbrengen inspired 45 community members to become shluchim themselves and give out 8 Menorahs each to Jews that don’t already have a Menorah.
The community left the farbrengen spiritually uplifted and empowered to be ambassadors and to share the light of Chanukah with others.