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Mindy Rubenstein

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Crowd recalls joy and dedication of a woman sorely missed; a Torah scroll and building in her honor
A palpable feeling of Jewish unity emanated from the hundreds of people gathered on Sunday at Chabad of North Fulton in Alpharetta, Ga. Members of the crowd sported black hats and beards, jeans and T-shirts, long sleeves and skirts; in fact, those assembl...
A reshaping of Jewish communities that began with the Sixth Rebbe’s arrival in the United States
It has been 75 years since the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe—Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous memory, a refugee from Communist Russia, Nazi Germany and war-torn Europe—arrived on U.S. shores in 1940, on 9 Adar 5700, which corresponds this year to ...
They hit the ground running in December, and already, folks have requested more Jewish content
It’s a long way from New York to Arizona—nearly 2,500 miles, to be exact. That’s where Rabbi Elie and Bracha Filler now find themselves, starting the first Chabad center in the city of Prescott and the 20th Chabad center in the state of Arizona. Known pri...
Chabad emissaries will study, socialize and celebrate at four-day annual gathering
It’s a family affair, albeit for the female side of the family. Thousands of women and girls from around the world will gather in New York for the annual Kinus Hashluchos—the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries—with many mothers ...
A new program inspires the making of mitzvahs by the youngest set
Children around the world are being “dared” this Chanukah to express themselves through mitzvahs. “Dare Yourself: The Maccabee Challenge”—8 Nights, 8 Dares, 8 Winners—is a joint project of CKids, Tzivos Hashem and JewishKids.org. The program is meant to e...
From professional ice-hockey to basketball, the holiday message is the name of the game
From pre-game ceremonies to center-court celebrations, large-scale public Chanukah events will light up more sports stadiums and arenas across America than ever this year, part of Chabad’s worldwide Chanukah campaign, which is expected to reach an estimat...
Tens of thousands to mark milestone of three-year and annual cycles on Sunday
In one of the country’s smallest Jewish communities—in a breathtakingly beautiful area known for its dude ranches and ski slopes—Rabbi Chaim Bruk recruited several men to be part of a worldwide task of learning Moses Maimonides’ landmark compendium of Jew...
Rabbi Elchonon Lisbon stresses that combined ‘outreach and inreach’ are key to a growing community
It’s not often that someone receives a 55,000-square-foot building as a gift. But that’s exactly what happened to Chabad of Park Heights and its school, Cheder Chabad of Baltimore. “We are in the process of inaugurating the building this year as the offic...
In Atlanta, an enormous gathering of support for Jewish tradition and a local woman who touched so many lives
Like rising dough, the attendee list for Chabad of Georgia’s “Mega Challah Bake” just kept growing—so much so that organizers had to find a new location to accommodate the huge crowd of more than 1,000 women on Wednesday night. Even so, the enormous banqu...
Couple says a ‘perfect’ location off International Drive will be a boon for Jewish locals and tourists alike
Sometimes, sudden success at different stages of even the most carefully planned project can come as a surprise, even to the organizers themselves. Take, for instance, finding a prime new site for a Chabad center, coupled with great community support for ...
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