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Chabad-Lubavitch in the Media

Stories and reports that have appeared in the media during the past two weeks

A look at what other news outlets have to say about Chabad-Lubavitch’s global reach.

Dakota Bread is Back in Business
Detroit Jewish News - MI,Monday, October 26, 2020
...After driving through a large arch of purple and white balloons, cars stopped at designated stations throughout the parking lot to receive various gifts, including challah dough to bake at home, craft projects, assorted beverages, and limited-edition Friendship Circle souvenirs. Of course, what bakery grand opening would not be complete without baked goods. Volunteers gave out muffins, sugar cookies, and chocolate babka. Each box of challah dough came with instructions on braiding and baking challah at home. Participants could also participate in one of three live zoom challah baking classes with Chef Hunny Khodorkovsky…
      Friendship Circle–West Bloomfield, MI
Nissim Black Discusses Jewish Faith, Power Of Music At Virtual Event
Pitt News - University of Pittsburgh,Friday, October 23, 2020
...The performance was part of a Zoom concert and Q&A from Pitt Program Council, Chabad at Pitt and the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Black, a self-identified African American Hasidic Jew, delivered live renditions of his songs and discussed his early experiences in the music industry and his exploration of religion…
      Chabad House on Campus - Pittsburgh–Pittsburgh, PA
Chabad Community Center Hosting Free Food Drive In Moore
KOKH-TV - Oklahoma City, OK,Thursday, October 22, 2020
...“As COVID-19 numbers spike again, many individuals are economically affected, without jobs, and trying to support their families. We all have to do our part to help each other.” said Rabbi Ovadia Goldman, director of the Center…
      Chabad Community Center For Jewish Life and Learning–Oklahoma City, OK
International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries Moves Online Amid Pandemic
Hamodia,Wednesday, October 21, 2020
...This year, no one will be able to make the trip. With a recent uptick in coronavirus cases making clear that any large gathering could be hazardous, the organizers, in consultation with medical professionals, made the decision that for the first time in its 37-year history, the Kinus will be an entirely virtual event — one that will be different in form, but identical in function: giving the participants, especially those going back to far and isolated outposts, the sense that they are not alone…
      Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch–Brooklyn, NY
Northbrook Synagogue Provides Food Assistance For Families In Need
Daily Herald - Chicago, IL,Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Volunteers have been distributing kosher food to families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Jewish Relief Agency's Kids Wellness initiative, a program of Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois in Northbrook. Every Thursday, any family with children that signs up for the program can pick up a box with items including milk, bread, canned goods and meats, no questions asked, said Rabbi Meir Moscowitz…
      Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois–Chicago, IL
      Lubavitch Chabad of Northbrook–Northbrook, IL
Video - Friendship Circle Of Michigan Buys Bakery To Expand Job Options For People With Special Needs
WDIV-TV - Detroit, MI,Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Friendship Circle of Michigan has done amazing work helping people with special needs find jobs. The mission has grown so much, that they’re expanding in a big way. They have purchased a bakery to expand job options for people with special needs. Dakota Bread is known for some of the best challah around. The bakery was purchased by the organization, and people in West Bloomfield Township came out to celebrate the new acquisition.
      Friendship Circle–West Bloomfield, MI
Rabbi Gorelik Joins Colorado Army National Guard
Rocky Mountain Collegian - CSU,Monday, October 19, 2020
...Among the many other reasons he wanted to join the armed service, Rabbi Gorelik wanted to be an example to his community of how to make an impact. “I was encouraging people to fill their void and sense of despair from the darkness by creating light through good deeds, which led me to ask myself the same question,” Rabbi Gorelik said. “And that gave me that final push to join.” …
      Chabad of Northern Colorado–Fort Collins, CO
First Speaker Of Chabads' 'zoom Lecture Series' Is Holocaust Survivor
Heritage - Florida Jewish News,Friday, October 16, 2020
Chabads of North Orlando and Greater Orlando will be hosting Holocaust survivor Dr. Jacob Eisenbach, who lived through the horrors of the Nazi occupation of Poland, a labor camp and concentration camps, will tell his story of survival at a special zoom event on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Dr. Eisenbach, 95, was the sole survivor of the Holocaust from his extended family of about 100 people. He immigrated to the United States in 1950, married a fellow survivor and built a dentistry practice he operated for 60 years...
      Chabad-Lubavitch of North Orlando–Longwood, FL
      Chabad of Greater Orlando–Maitland, FL
Chabad Student Center At UT Sponsors Suicide Alert Workshop
Jewish Herald-Voice - Houston, TX,Thursday, October 15, 2020
...“It is crucial that our community comes together to get trained and learn to recognize the signs of suicide,” said Rabbi Zev Johnson, director of The Chabad Student Center at The University of Texas, “One hour in exchange for life-changing skills is one powerful step we all can and should take to create a safer, healthier community…
      The Rohr Chabad Jewish Student Center @ the University of Texas –Austin, TX
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