Wednesday, / July 15, 2020
Home / news / Photos

Chabad Rabbi Zalman Levitin with his son Mendel, 5, remove both the full size Sefer Torah and the Inclusion Sefer Torah, bringing them to safety. (The Inclusion Sefer Torah, an eight-inch-tall Torah that anyone can lift, is a recent project of The Chabad House.) Rabbi Levitin rescued the Torahs before he evacuated Palm Beach with his family as per the mandatory evacuation issued on the town on Monday, September 2, at 12 noon. The boarded up windows of his home are visible in the background. (Hamodia.com)

Comment

Be the first to write a comment.

Add

More Galleries
Camp Gan Israel, Sleepaway Edition
55 Attend CKids’ Inaugural Overnight Camp
Falafel For The Troops.
Chabad Of Chevron has launched an ‘Adopt A Soldier,’ program. Shluchim Rabbi Danny Cohen and Rabbi Mordechai Hellinger purchase the repast from local businesses struggling…
Today in Jewish history: 3 Tammuz
Today marks the twenty-sixth anniversary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s passing. Since his passing, the Rebbe’s influence on world Jewry has grown exponentially and is felt today…
New Shluchim to Ellicott City
Rabbi Yanky and Leah Baron will join the team at Chabad of Columbia, Maryland, establishing a new Chabad community in Ellicott City in the Baltimore…
Covid-19 Graduation Florida
The Lubavitch Educational Center in Miami, Florida held multiple drive-in graduation ceremonies yesterday. As graduates sat socially distanced from each other, their families looked on…
Pre-Shavuot Ice Cream Parties
Hundreds of children around the world enjoyed drive-by pre-Shavuot parties. At the Chabad Persian Center in Los Angeles volunteers handed out Ten-Commandment cards and interactive…
Aid to Families in Moscow
Over 20,000 households in #Russia are receiving weekly food packages as part of an initiative of the country’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar to aid those suffering under…
JewQ national competition motivates Hebrew school kids in Wilmette
A project of CKids International, JewQ is a Torah championship that was created to give children who don’t attend Jewish day schools an exciting opportunity…
Newsletter
Donate
Find Your Local Chabad Center
Magazine