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At the Crowne Plaza in Stamford, Connecticut, a conference for Chabad reps serving college students provided emissaries of all ages with the opportunity to network, learn, relax, and most importantly, recharge for the school year ahead.

This year’s convention saw over 600 children join the kids’ programs, including a weekend-long camp experience for older kids and organized child care groups for younger ones.

And, while the younger emissaries were off having fun, the adults had some fun of their own. Workshops and events for the 400 emissaries in attendance were held throughout the four-day convention, led by an all-star lineup of scholars, educators, therapists and fundraising experts.

Photos by Bentzi Sasson

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