Monday, December 22, 2008

Video of Monsey Menorah Parade 5769



Thanks to Bracha Siklos for filming and producing this video.

Hosts Needed

The Released Time Program of Greater New York is planning a Shabbaton in Monsey this Shabbos Chanukah, Parshas Miketz, for about fifteen public school boys from NYC ages 11-14 with about 5 Madrichim. They will be arriving Friday afternoon and leaving Sunday morning. If you have space to host some of these boys (for sleeping only), please call Bentzy Stolik at 347-244-3006 or email him at bstolik@gmail.com.

Daily 8:00 Shacharis Minyan

In addition to helping out a chiyuv by joining the daily 8:00 AM shacharis minyan at K'hal Tzemach Tzedek you can enjoy a l'chaim and cake following davening and on some days receive a free Mega Millions lottery ticket. Hey, ya never know.

Cheder Chabad Chanukah Bake Competition

See some of the creative cakes that were baked for the Cheder Chabad Girls Chanukah Bake Competition below:

Thursday Yarchei Kallah Schedule

The schedule for the Yarchei Kallah that will take place this Thursday, December 25th, is as follows:

7:00 AM - Shacharis 1

8:00 AM - Shacharis 2

9:00 AM - Shacharis 3

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Shiur on the Sugya of Muktze in Mesechtas Shabbos (daf kuf chuf beis - amud beis) and on the Halachos of Muktze and Chanukah by Rabbi Lesches.

2:30 PM to 4:00 PM - Chanukah in the Light of Chassidus and in the Torah of the Rebbe by Rabbi Zalmen Leib Markowitz.

4:15 PM - Mincha

9:30 PM - Maariv

Tehillim

Please say Tehillim for:
Sheina Brocho bas Tzameret
Levi Yitzchak ben Tzirel

Monsey Chabad Menorah Parade

The inclement weather did not stop close to seventy-five vehicles with Menorahs attached to their roof tops from participating in yesterday’s Monsey Chabad Menorah Parade which was dedicated in memory of the victims of the Mumbai terrorist attacks.

The parade began at K’hal Tzemach Tzedek Lubavitch of Monsey on Langeries Drive and drove along a 15-mile route through multiple neighborhoods including Monsey, New Hempstead, Spring Valley, Wesley Hills, Pomona, Nyack, West Nyack and New City, before ending at the Nanuet Mall where there was music and festive dancing and of course plenty of donuts. Many well-wishers greeted the vehicles along the parade route.

A big thank you goes to K’hal Tzemach Tzedek Lubavitch of Monsey and the Shluchim of Yeshivas Menachem Mendel Lubavitch of Monsey for sponsoring and organizing this event. In addition, a tremendous amount of appreciation goes to the the Ramapo, Spring Valley and Clarkstown Police Departments who helped coordinate the parade route.

A video of the parade will be posted shortly.