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Reuvena Leah Grodnitzky

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A great turnout is expected in a show of unity in the Hakhel year
What began as a community gathering in a local park with 100 attendees has since transformed into a citywide celebration of Jewish pride and unity. For the past 11 years, Rabbi Gedaliah and Shevy Lowenstein have been hosting a Lag BaOmer festival in their...
High school teams join nuts and bolts, and Chabad, for a one-of-a-kind experience
When participants from 11 Israeli high school robotics teams discovered that they would be competing in St. Louis smack dab in the middle of Passover, they had a feeling that Chabad would be able to help. It didn’t take long for Rabbi Hershey Novack, dire...
Assisting families in shelters, raising funds and pledging help for the long haul
As the devastating wildfires that have ravaged Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, for a week now continue to spread, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries and volunteers have been assisting families in shelters, keeping in contact with Jewish residents and pledging ...
A gift distributed by volunteers offers comfort to those in New Jersey area hospitals
For Jewish patients in Essex and Morris counties in northern New Jersey, observing Shabbat in the hospital has become much easier, thanks to a little “thinking outside the box.” Or, perhaps, in it, as part of a program called “Shabbat in a Box.” “In the h...
Hundreds probe Jewish issues and identity as part of year-long Hakhel project
Like most pilot projects, there was no guarantee that it would get off the ground. But not only did it take off, the Jewish unity project and its results have lingered with participants long after the actual experiences. To celebrate the Hakhel year—occur...
Students realize all kinds of benefits related to their immediate environment
For students at Chabad Hebrew Academy in San Diego, learning has begun to shine as bright at the sun. In March, the 27-acre California campus declared energy independence, changing over to a solar-powered electricity system. “Every part of the solar proje...
Unique burial in U.S. soil of the remains of a person killed in a Nazi death camp
It was two years ago that Debra Cordy found a small envelope tucked away in her parents’ home as she prepared to move her mother to an assisted-living facility. As she packed up her parents’ belongings, the handwritten word “Dachau” on the envelope caught...
Years of learning and time spent at Chabad form lasting relationships
Not many college students go to Israel in the middle of a semester, but that is exactly where the student board of Chabad at Princeton University just went for a week of learning, touring and discussion. This was the third year that Rabbi Eitan and Gitty ...
Each year, seven themed outfits designed to speak to the soul
You won’t see the five Coplon boys dressed as villains or superheroes on Purim. You won’t see them parading as cartoon characters or warriors either. For Benjamin, Isaiah, Amitai, Ephraim and Michel, dressing up for Purim is an opportunity to educate them...
An overflow crowd of 1,500 attend a college talk that impacted the entire community
For 55 years, Albert Rosa would not speak about the Holocaust. Eventually, his grown children convinced him to share his story, and when told publicly, the 91-year-old’s account of fighting and survival captivates and inspires those who hear it. The annua...
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