YTTL Montreal Pays Tribute to Shluchim With Exciting Carnival

A collaboration between the teachers, students, and parent body of YTTL Montreal set the stage for a day filled with excitement and fun to mark Rosh Chodesh Kislev.

To celebrate the most special Yom Tov – Rosh Chodesh Kislev, the Talmidim at YTTL  Montreal recently participated with an amazing program. 

The theme of the day was the many shluchim throughout the world carrying out the mission of the Rebbe. The carnival, skillfully managed by Kitta Vov, offered a variety of world-themed engaging activities. From games to tasty treats, the carnival was one of the highlights of the day.

The event, organized by Rabbi Bresinger (Rebbi in Kitta Daled) and with the dedicated support of parents; Mrs. Leah Gansbourg, Mrs. Rivky Raskin, Mrs. Shaina Markowitz, Mrs. Nisel Vogel and Mrs. Lisa Medina, brought together the Yeshiva for an unforgettable experience.

The success of the program was a product of much planning and coordination. Talmidim organizers Levi Medina, Levi Zirkind, and Shua Azoulay played an important role in ensuring that every aspect of the event ran smoothly. Their dedication and commitment set the stage for a day filled with excitement and fun.

Several classes contributed their time and talents to make the Rosh Chodesh Kislev celebration a success. Kitta Zayin worked diligently to create an engaging and enjoyable atmosphere. Meanwhile, Kitta Vov took charge of the carnival, providing entertainment and fun for all attendees.

Yossi Serraf delighted everyone with his cotton candy booth, adding a sweet touch to the festivities. The collaborative efforts of Rabbi Teitelbaum‘s class, complete with incredible props, and Rabbi Gottlieb‘s edible 770, showcased the creativity and dedication of the Talmidim. Additionally, Rabbi Bochurberg‘s and Rabbi Bresinger’s classes made beautiful hand made posters and harmonicas (to play the Rosh Chodesh Kislev nigun) that added an extra touch to the event.

Rabbi Menkes (Rebbi in Kitta Alef) organized a rally for the younger grades, featuring Rabbi Nochum Greenwald as a guest speaker. This part of the program inspired and engaged the younger Talmidim in the spirit of the special day.

The celebration concluded with the musical talents of Eli Shneur, whose professional keyboard playing set the perfect tone for the occasion. The joyous dancing to the Rosh Chodesh Kislev niggun was the perfect ending to an uplifting day.

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