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Reuvena Leah Grodnitzky

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Emphasis on Education Propels St. Louis Chassidic Woman Into the Public Eye Chabad emissary Shiffy Landa receives recognition for work that’s bridged an entire community News
As testament to 35 years of service to the Jewish community of St. Louis, Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Shiffy Landa was honored last week with the Jewish Professionals of St. Louis (JProStl) Career Achievement Award. The award is presented to an experienced ...
Hot Pastrami Courtside: Kosher at University of Maryland’s Xfinity Center Three years in the making, it's become an instant hit with Jewish sports fans News
Seventh in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. Where there’s Big Ten basketball, there are lots of college students, and where there are lots of college students, there’s lots of foo...
Green in Eugene: Oregon College Town Gets Infusion of Jewish Life Couple receives a sunny welcome in the rainy Pacific Northwest News
Welcome to Eugene, where tie-dye and Birkenstocks are the garb of choice, environmentalism is a like a religion, residents grow their own vegetables, and bicycles are the preferred means of transportation. It is into this atmosphere that Rabbi Berel and R...
In New York, More Than a Thousand in Record-Breaking Kids Challah Bake They mixed, kneaded, separated the dough and recited the blessing, leaving the baking for home News
Some 1,128 children gathered on Tuesday afternoon for a “Kids Mega Challah Bake” event, which took place at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan. There, they broke an existing record in Hong Kong held by 426 students, who learned how to knead and bake...
Live From the U.S Army: A Virtual Chanukah Celebration for Jewish Military Personnel An accessible way for servicepeople ‘to connect back to Judaism’ News
For the first time ever, U.S military service members stationed around the world will join together virtually to celebrate Chanukah via live video broadcast on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 5:30 p.m. EST. The center of activities will be Fort Leonard Wood in Miss...
Chanukah Comes Home for Public-School Kids in New York Instructors make the holiday more meaningful for the whole family News
For Jewish public-school students from families with little or no background in their heritage, the annual December holiday season can be an especially lonely time. But not for those who are fortunate enough to have teachers who make house calls. This Cha...
Ten years of building community and leadership three hours from Chicago
Chabad rabbi’s vision for growing area comes to fruition
Three days of learning and friendship for those devoted to others.
Hundreds attend Jewish day school event.
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