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September 2016

First Traditional Jewish Wedding in South Korea in Living Memory
Asia
One couple helps another become man and wife far from their native home
For Rabbi Stationed at the Western Wall, Days Filled With Inspiration
Israel
A Chabad center where Jews arrive in a constant throng, many experiencing their identity for the first time
Amid Waves of Change, Jewish Puerto Rico Celebrates Chabad’s 18th Year
Caribbean
Emissaries build for the future in economically challenging times
Hinckley Release Recalls Rebbe's Correspondence with President Reagan
Flashback
U.S. President displayed a profound respect toward the Rebbe and his teachings
In Honor of 9/11, Campus Chabads Encourage Good Deeds
Campus Life
Bringing some light into the world in remembrance of a very dark day
First-Time Florida Bike-a-Thon Champions Seniors
North America
On Grandparents Day, a chance to spin some wheels and raise funds for Jewish programs
Kosher Food Truck at Vanderbilt Is Stirring Things Up
Campus Life
A father-and-son team has started a culinary sensation on campus
School Doors Open to Thousands of Jewish Students Across the Former Soviet Union
Former Soviet Union
125 Ohr Avner schools and kindergartens welcome children for the new academic year
Haifa Chief Rabbi She’ar Yashuv Cohen, 88, Staunch Defender of Israel and Jewish People
Obituary
A regular visitor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who advised him on a public career spanning 60 years
Deaf Rabbi to Lead High Holiday Services in ASL
Holiday Watch
They fill a real need for congregants, say those in the New York area and beyond
How 1970s Chassidic Hackers Created a Worldwide Broadcast Network
Internet & Technology
The backroom of a Brooklyn landmark building served as the global hub for Jewish connectivity
Tallahassee Chabad House Damaged After Hurricane Hermine Pounds Florida
North America
With power down in much of the city, emissaries work to assess damages and restock food for the holidays
For Kids Traumatized by War, Summer Camp Salves Wounds
Former Soviet Union
Refugees join 5,000 other Jewish kids at Gan Israel camps in the former Soviet Union
Chabad Honors Argentina’s Bicentennial, Supporting Universal Precepts
South America
Historic time is marked by the restoration of a 200-year-old Torah scroll and a powerful proclamation
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