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Kaminker, Chanie

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Last month’s surprise snowstorm that wreaked havoc on the Tri-State area toppled trees and snapped power lines, sweeping up Chabad-Lubavitch of New Jersey’s fifth annual Friendship Circle Walk—originally scheduled for Oct. 30—in its wake.
For many children, a summer day just wouldn’t be complete without riding their bicycles around the neighborhood. But until this Sunday, that quintessential summer rite was little more than a dream for a group of children with special needs.
Three interviewers from the organization charged with preserving teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, took their operation south this week.
Birthright Israel trips conducted by the Mayanot Institute for Jewish Studies for young adults with special needs have earned a reputation for making the Holy Land all of its excitements accessible to a high-functioning population with a range of medical ...
As they returned home after three weeks of intensive study and touring in the Holy Land, participants of the Chabad on Campus International Foundation’s annual Israelinks program hailed the experience as inspirational.
Located just a short walk from the sixth-century Mayor Synagogue, Europe’s oldest, Call Barcelona Books and Wines combines the features of a Judaica store with a Chabad House.
Pointing to his experiences in the Holocaust as a caution against allowing human suffering to go unchecked in the world, 88-year-old Sam Spritzer told a group of young Jewish professionals in Houston, Texas, that his unlikely survival offered hope for the...
The Jewish Sabbath was just hours away when Commack, N.Y., resident Peggy Coburn heard her doorbell ring. When she opened the door, she was greeted by neighbors, the smell of freshly-baked challah, and a package containing candles and grape juice.
What’s the value of 25 words? For many fleeing the onslaught of Nazi forces during World War II, and their families throughout Europe and beyond, a simple telegram was the only way to stay in touch with loved ones.
A parade of 60 “Mitzvah Tanks” – Jewish-themed mobile homes also commonly known as “Mitzvah Mobiles” – apparently generated quite a bit of attention Thursday noon as the vehicles meandered their way through the streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Stat...
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