Monday, / September 26, 2022
Lubavitch News Service
Education
Financing the Fun
Shimmering above the weatherman’s smile is a headline forecasting “Deadly Heat.” Next week’s weather predictions for Glendale, AZ, sizzle between 108 and 111 degrees. Beating…
Agents of Change: Community Leaders and their Special Needs Children
All through her pregnancy with twin girls, Chaya Perman successfully juggled her roles as director of Chabad of Caracas, Venuezela’s preschool, editor of the community…
From South America to New Jersey for An Authentic Yeshiva Experience
One hundred Brazilian and fifteen Argentine young adults ditched beachside vacation plans and skipped Carnaval carousing for weeks of study in the frosty environs of…
Reaching Out to First Time Moms
A recently published study by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis, identified a new demographic, of interest to Jewish outreach activists: first…
1300 Turn Out for Walk4Friendship
At the Walk4Friendship, where 1,300 participants walked, wheeled, rolled and strolled to raise close to $200,000 for the Friendship Circle of West Bloomfield, MI, there…
An Innovative Yeshiva Opens in Twin Cities
Wrapping tefillin on strangers at the airport, climbing into cherry pickers to scale jumbo menorahs, Chabad’s creative zeal for returning Jews to the fold is…
Jewish Learning 10,000 Feet Above Sea Level
Ed Brown covered over 970 miles of blacktop and jaw-dropping mountain passes to make his way to the first annual National Jewish Retreat from his…
Chabad Educators Meet At National Conference
One hundred teachers and principals from across North America bade an early farewell to summer, and headed to Newark, NJ, for the annual conference hosted…
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