A group of Bochurim in the early 1990’s. Some of them are leaders of prestigious institutions today ● Do you recognize any of the faces? Hit the Comments!
Tags: Days of Old
Left To right: Bloom, Avremel Brikman, Pinny Genewich, Mendel Kaplan, Plotkin
To the right is Levi Plotkin, on the right of Pinny Genewich is Yoosi Eisenbach, between PG & YE is Kalmanson, the 2nd person to Kalmanson’s right is Seude, behind Avremel Brikman is Cohen. I think this photo was taken in CGI Montreal in the late 80’s.
The first on the left, Mendy Blum from Paris, and now shliach in Canada Otawa.
Shmuli Perl – Los Angeles, CA to Chaya Bluming – Crown Heights
Baby boy to Menachem Mendel and Dobi Koncepolski – S. Paulo, Brazil
Baby girl to Aaron and Sara Wolko (nee Slapochnik) – Crown Heights
Mordechai Nisselevitch – Yerusholayim, ER”Y to Rivky Segal – Crown Heights
L’Chaim: Tonight (Wednesday) at 1349 President St.
Baby boy to Levi and Chanale Karp (nee Sperlin) – Montreal, Canada
Yehuda Leib Hecht – Los Angeles, CA, to Shani Miller – Denver, CO
Mendel Gerlitzky – Crown heights to Chana Popper – Crown Heights
Lchaim Sunday night in Eshel
Baby boy to Aryeh Leib and Mushkie (nee Engel) Karp
The Sholom Zachar is tonight, at 842 Eastern Parkway #3
Why was the Aron Kodesh not opened for Krias HaTorah? Instead, there was a bang on the bimah. Everyone turned to the mara d’asra Harav Yosef Yeshaya Braun on the bimah. The shul has become silent as he begins to speak, and although people might wonder at the interruption, the subject matter should not come as a surprise • Full Story
New question on AskTheRav.com: Most minyonim daven very fast and I’m a slow davener. I’m familiar with the Rebbe’s horaah that one needs only to begin with the minyan, and doesn’t have to run after them. See the rest of the question, and Rabbi Yosef Yeshaya Braun‘s response • Full Story
A lavish breakfast was served today in 770 in honor of the Yahrtzeit of R. Yisroel Duchman, OB”M • Photos
New question on AskTheRav.com: What makes a name Jewish? Is Victoria a Jewish name? My grandmother, who passed away recently was named Victoria . That was her only name. I would like to name my daughter after her but my husband says it’s not a Jewish name, I want to know what makes a name Jewish. See Rabbi Yosef Yeshaya Braun‘s response • Full Story