Traditional Lag B’omer Bonfire Held in Crown Heights

The Horowitz family of Crown Heights continued their annual tradition of holding a Lag B’omer bonfire with bochurim from Oholei Torah yeshiva joining the joyous celebrations.

Photos: Yossi Fajnland/Anash.org

The Horowitz family of Crown Heights continued their annual tradition of holding a Lag B’omer bonfire with bochurim from Oholei Torah yeshiva joining the joyous celebrations.

Mashpia Rabbi Nachman Yosef Twerski, who normally leads the event, was attending a family simcha, but he nevertheless encouraged his class to attend and celebrate.

The bochurim joined Crown Heights residents for the lighting of the bonfire, followed by traditional Lag B’omer songs and Chabad niggunim.

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