The Yeshiva Erev Summer program, where Crown Heights boys from grades 5-8 gather to spend a hour each evening learning Torah, began on Tuesday. All local boys are invited to attend.
The Yeshiva Erev Summer program, where Crown Heights boys gather to spend a hour each evening learning Torah, began on Tuesday.
The program, which brings together boys from grades 5 through 8, takes place during the summer in Aguda Shul at 456 Crown Street, every evening from Monday to Thursday.
“Our Yeshivas Erev Summer Program is better than ever,” organizers said. “It is a great opportunity for boys to spend quality time in a healthy chasidishe environment every evening.”
All boys who attended grades 5 -8 this year are invited to enjoy the special shiurim in the Chitas of the day as well as tasting the sweetness and geshmak learning Torah with a devoted Rebbi.
Boys who attend are entered into exciting weekly raffles, and receive monthly award cards to Sweet Expressions.
What better place is there to spend your summer evenings?