Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Shiurim by Rabbi Noson Gurary

Shiur for Men:Rabbi Noson Gurary gives a weekly Chassidus shiur for men every Thursday evening at Tzemach Tzedek North, 16 East Willow Tree Road, at 8:15 PM. Shiur for Women:Rabbi Noson Gurary will be giving a women's shiur this Monday, January 7, at 7:45 PM, on the topics of Rosh Chodesh and Tu B'Shevat, at the home of Mrs. Esther Hassan, 21 Deerwood Road (off East Willow Tree). All women are invited.

Job Opportunity

A national Chabad organization that works with university students on exciting programming is seeking an energetic and organized individual with a personable manner to work in our Monsey office. Applicant must be personable, computer literate and have excellent English and telephone skills. Please fax resume to 212-658-9273.

N'shei Event - Ask the Dr.

Tzemach Tzedek Installation Dinner

In a most beautiful event, over 250 members and friends of Anash from around the greater Monsey area gathered last night, on Chof Daled Teves, for a formal dinner, in honor of the installation of HaRav Boruch D. Lesches as the Rav of K’hal Tzemach Tzemach Lubavitch of Monsey. The evening began with words of Divrei Torah by Rabbi Simcha Werner, one of the founders of the Lubavitcher community in Monsey. The shul President, Mr. Yisroel Schulman, told of the tremendous effect Rabbi Lesches has already had in the community and how the community looks forward to growing on all levels for many more years under his inspiring leadership. Rabbi Zalmen Leib Markowitz, the shul Gabbai, presented Rabbi Lesches with a beautifully framed Ksav Rabbunus after which the crowd jumped to their feet in song and dance. Rabbi Lesches then spoke warmly about his move from Australia and about his new Shlichus in Monsey and thanked his family and the community for all of their support. The keynote address was given by the Rebbe’s secretary, Rabbi Leibel Groner, who impressed the crowd with how fortunate the community is to have Rabbi Lesches as its Rav followed by a number of stories of the Rebbe. All participants received a leather bound bencher as a memento of this beautiful occasion.