Vaad Hatmimim Enacts Major Change to Tishrei Programming

As the Vaad Hatmimim prepares for a record number of guests, they are working with Chabad yeshivos to have hanhala members arrive with the bochurim, to ensure a seder and behavioral standards over Tishrei.

As the Vaad Hatmimim prepares for a record number of guests, they are working with Chabad yeshivos to have hanhala members arrive with the bochurim, to ensure a seder and behavioral standards over Tishrei.

The Vaad Talmidei HaTmimim’s Hachnosas Orchim arm is preparing for a record number of over 1,500 bochurim and girls spending Tishrei with the Rebbe, davening at the Ohel, and spending time in 770.

Accommodations, conveniently located near 770, and delicious meals are being arranged for the many visitors, with spacious and clean rooms prepared. Guests will be warmly received with a thoughtful welcome package and learning material.

Each year, Vaad Hatmimim’s Tishrei accommodations and programs receive raving reviews from Bochurim, Hanhola, and parents alike. These programs not only make the Tishrei experience more special and productive for the Bochurim, but have a long-lasting effect, inspiring them well into the year.

This year, the Vaad enacted a major change that is sure to transform the Tishrei experience for the bochurim and make the ‘Tishrei spirit’ in 770 and at the Ohel a step up from years previous.

The Vaad arranged with each yeshiva whose bochurim will be joining their program that each will send at least one hanhala member as well. The hanhala will be in charge of the bochurim and will accompany them as they learn, daven, and take part in the programs.

The new arrangement will help ensure a strict seder and behavioral standards over Tishrei are met. The bochurim will spend the entire month is spent in a proactive, positive environment, which will be utilized to grow and draw inspiration for the entire year.

Learn more about Vaad Hatmimim by visiting vaadhatmimim.org.

See the impact of tishrei at Vaad hatmimim by visiting vaadhatmimim.org/Tishrei-by-the-Rebbe.

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