Rabbi Nochum Kaplinsky, 770’s dedicated Shamosh, is seen refilling the coffee and sugar dispensers in 770, a chore he does daily for the benefit of Bochurim and Anash who come to learn.
Baby boy to Sholom and Leah (nee Labkowsky) Kesselman – Los Angeles, CA
Baby girl Dovid and Pnina (nee Junik) Begun – Beverly Hills, CA
Baby boy to Edan and Sheina Bracha (nee Wolosh) Hanoka – San Francisco
Mendy Giladi (Beitar/Crown Heights) to Chaya Mushka Jacobs (Cleveland)
L’Chaim Weds. in Lubavitch Yeshiva
Dov Ber Fridman – Toronto to Rivka Scheiner – Montreal
L’Chaim tonight in F.R.E.E.
Baby boy to Shmulik and Rochel (nee Weingarten) Schtroks – Kingston, PA
Baby boy to Melekh and Rochel Brikman – Toronto
The topic of use of eiruvin has recently come up in Lubavitch circles. The Beis Din of Crown Heights released a letter before yom tov clarifying their strong held position on having an eiruv in Crown Heights • Full Letter
Chassidic philanthropist, R’ Sholom Ber Drizin, a staunch supporter of Chabad activities, especially the work of Eshel Hospitality, fulfilled his longstanding yearly tradition, hosting an eclectic group of mashpiim in his Sukkah the second night of Chol Hamoed. At the farbrengen, the mashpiim thanked R’ Sholom Ber for his consistent support of the rebbe’s children, the temimim. Our photographer Dov Ber Hechtman was there to snap several unique moments of the yearly gathering • Photos
Tens of bochurim packed into the sukkah in the courtyard of Beis Chayenu Motzei Yom Tov to hear from a variety of mashpiim, getting inspired during these several days of chol hamoed. Photographer Dov Ber Hechtman captured several special moments of the farbrengens, which lasted through the night • Photos
We regret to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Lieba Bunin, a longtime member of Chicago’s F.R.E.E. community, on Thursday Chol Hamoed Sukkos, 5782. She was 63 years old • Full Story