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September 2018

Sensory-Sensitive Sukkah Celebration a New Kind of Inclusion in Wisconsin
Holiday Watch
Friendship Circle provides special headphones and the dancing goes on
Preschool in Brooklyn Heights Park Provides First Jewish Contact
Program sends kids home with a weekly taste of their heritage
Chabad Comes to the West Village
North America
Center will serve an evolving mix of longstanding residents, business people and young families
When a Private Sukkah Costs $4 Million, Where Do We Eat?
Holiday Watch
How Manhattan’s Upper East Siders do the holiday mitzvahs
An Unforgettable Yom Kippur for Wilmington Flood Victims
North America
Holidays provides a time and place for a reeling community to gather and reflect
In France, It’s Sukkot for Visitors to the Ryder Cup
Growing Jewish life in suburban Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Rabbi Shmuel Fogelman, 88, Principal and Teacher
Known for his unending belief in the potential of each child
Aaron Was Behind Bars This Yom Kippur, but His Handiwork Was in Synagogue
Holiday Watch
Inmate thanks a visiting rabbi who helped turn his life around
Rabbis Seek Helicopter to Bring Kosher Food to Wilmington Before Yom Kippur
North America
Despite floodwaters from Hurricane Florence, Chabad will hold services on the High Holiday
With 14 Dead and Florence Flood Waters Still Rising, Chabad Marshals Resources
North America
Covering the disaster, one Emmy-nominated reporter is grateful for a special Shabbat delivery
Terror Victim Ari Fuld, 45, Remembered as an Ardent Defender of Israel
Dual U.S.-Israeli citizen advocated for IDF troops
The Last Jewish Presence in the Ghost Town That Was Myrtle Beach, S.C.
North America
Chabad provides help from just outside Florence mandatory evacuation area
Chabad Poised to Help as More Than 1 Million Flee Florence
North America
Catastrophic flooding predicted in the Carolinas
UMass Medical Students Get a Much-Needed Dose of Judaism
Campus Life
Chabad couple brings programs and learning to Jewish staff and future doctors
Rosh Hashanah on 9/11 Inspires Special Memorials
Holiday Watch
Remembering the dead, comforting families, honoring first responders
5778: The Year in Review
A look back at the year’s most formative stories
New Encyclopedic Book Summarizes Key Chabad Teachings
Book Bag
‘Jewish Living Simply Explained’ covers more than 100 topics
This 87-Year-Old Man Thought His Entire Family Was Dead, Until He Met a Chabad Rabbi
Retired aerospace worker from France befriended by a young rabbi in Ramat Gan, Israel
Milton Kramer, 99, a Third-Generation Pillar of Chabad in America
Kramer’s grandfather, father and uncles played vital roles in helping Chabad take root in America and in rescuing the sixth Rebbe from Russians and Nazis
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