A Major Rally with over 750 Talmidim of Oholei Torah grades 2 to 8, was held today honoring Chof Teves, The Rambams Yartzeit and honoring the 19th of Teves, Oholei Torah’s birthday • Full Story, Photos
A Major Rally with over 750 Talmidim of Oholei Torah grades 2 to 8, was held today honoring Chof Teves, The Rambams Yartzeit and honoring the 19th of Teves, Oholei Torah’s birthday.
Rabbi Sender Wilschanski, Principal, was the master of ceremonies. Rabbi Hershel Lustig spoke to the Talmidim that only through bitochon and pure emunah can we reach the highest levels.
A special guest was Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, who spoke and gave chizzuk to the talmidim. He especially thanked Rabbi Fillers class who sent letters on an ongoing basis.
Many peulos and projects have been done in Oholei Torah over the past 8 years, including the Oholei Torah PTA projects, such as the hey teves farbrengens and a special Auction, held in his zechus.
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Sholom Rubashkin can get a job teaching chasidus in a Yeshivah since he can tell the bochrim how he got Emunah & Bitachon in Hashem from learning the Shaar Habitachon in Chovos Halevavos
Baby boy to Reuven & Chevie (nee Duchman) Kogan – Odessa, Ukraine
Baby girl to Meir & Sheina (nee Paim) Posner – Boston, MA
Baby boy to Mendy & Sarah Aidel (nee Plotke) Grifkin – Crown Heights
Baby girl to Levi & Tzippy (nee Schusterman) Shloush – Crown Heights
Baby boy to Aryeh Leib & Sara (nee Junik) Laufer – Crown Heights
Baby girl to Mendel & Chanie (nee Harlig) Kantor – Crown Heights
Chaim Sawyer – Brooklyn, NY to Malka Yaffa Meyer – Melbourne, Australia
Mendy Kirszenberg – Flatbush, NY to Shaina Morozow – Montreal, Canada
L’Chaim: Tonight, Wednesday, at The Shul, 481 Albany Ave.
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