Sunday, December 6, 2009

Monsey 5770 Menorah Parade Update

The parade will take place on this Sunday, December 13. Line-up will be at 6:15 PM at K’hal Tzemach Tzedek Lubavitch. The parade is scheduled to depart at 6:45 PM but can only do so on time if most cars show up before 6:30 PM.

The route will follow a similar route to last year, but will start off heading towards Route 59 then loop around on West Maple Avenue to Grandview, and then go through New City and end in the Spring Valley Marketplace in the Target parking lot.

In the Target parking lot there will be a grand menorah lighting followed by an entertainer for the children, Chanukah gelt, doughnuts, latkes, music and dancing!

As required by the Police Department for safety reasons, as a courtesy to the shuls neighbors, and to ensure that the event is organized, please follow these guidelines so that this parade is a true Kiddush Hashem:

  • All vehicles should enter through Crestview Terrace only (please do NOT turn into Langeries).
  • During Line-up please make sure that your car is on the side of the road to allow traffic to pass through.
  • During line-up please do not block any driveways.
  • To help identify your vehicle as a parade participant please keep your 4-way flashers (hazards) on for line-up and for the entire duration of the parade.

If you plan on participating in the parade please RSVP to monseyshluchim5770@gmail.com or 410-499-8955 ASAP.

If you need to purchase a menorah ($75 for wood, $150 for wood with speakers, $225 for pipes), need help mounting it to your car, would like to help sponsor the parade, or have any questions, please contact monseyshluchim5770@gmail.com or 410-499-8955.

Moshe Reitman in Eretz Yisroel

Moshe Reitman on his recent trip to Eretz Yisroel where he helped raise thousands of dollars on the Wheels of Love charity bike ride to benefit Alyn Hospital in Jerusalem.

19 Kislev at Cheder Chabad Boys

On יט כבלו in Cheder Chabad, the 12 boys from the 7th and 8th grades made projects about the story of יט כבלו. There where some creative PowerPoint presentations and posters as well as projects that were built.

All of the classes from 2nd through 8th came at different times to see the projects and hear the explanations behind them from the 7th and 8th graders.

During the סעודה Rabbi Wiener showed the entire Cheder a 27 slide PowerPoint presentation, which went through the whole story of Yud Tes Kislev. Nigunim were then sung, l’chaim was said and the children all received ices.

Seeking Ride

If you or someone you know is driving from Crown Heights to Monsey this Friday, December 11, and/or from Monsey to Crown Heights on Motsai Shabbos please call Avrami at 718-915-4173.