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Faygie Levy Holt

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Faygie Holt is an award-winning journalist and regular contributor to Chabad.org and other media outlets. She is also the author of “The New Girl” and “Trouble Ahead,” the first two novels in her Achdus Club book series for girls. Learn more at her website.
A teen’s love of Judaism comes before everything, he says
For decades, Jewish baseball fans have looked to Sandy Koufax as a role model for refusing to pitch in game one of the 1965 World Series because it fell on Yom Kippur. While that stood out as an example for Jews everywhere, one Nevada teen is hoping to ta...
It was latest in series of incidents at the University of Kentucky
A Jewish veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps is being hailed as a hero after he was injured in an anti-Semitic attack Saturday night during a menorah-lighting outside Chabad at the University of Kentucky Jewish Student Center in Lexington, Ky. As volunteers ...
Chabad Young Professionals and CTeen efforts encourage Jewish volunteerism
An army of teen and young professional volunteers is spreading out this week and next through Jewish communities in remote villages, small towns and major cities to bring the light and spirit of Hanukkah to hundreds of thousands of individuals and familie...
Part of a global effort by Chabad that will reach 8 million Jews
Traditionally, when Hanukkah comes around, Mara Egorin-Williams and her family are quite busy, what with relatives and friends visiting, festive meals, games of dreidel, and, of course, the menorah-lighting. Then there are the myriad holiday events outsid...
JewQ educates students who learn about Judaism after their regular school day
And the winner is ... That’s the big question waiting to be revealed this Sunday afternoon as more than 110 children in Australia who participated in the continent’s inaugural JewQ competition will find out who is taking home medals and top prize honors, ...
‘Project Protect’ highlights a mitzvah that safeguards Jewish homes and households
With people spending more time in their homes because of the coronavirus pandemic, sales of home-related goods from paint to furniture have skyrocketed. Now there’s a project to help Jewish households get a hold of the most important home-improvement item...
Marking club’s 40th anniversary
CKids, the Chabad children’s network, is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Tzivos Hashem youth club with a 24-hour recruitment campaign with the goal of enrolling 40,000 additional Jewish children worldwide over the coming year. Launched during the ...
Grateful for ‘pure love’ after homes and businesses burn to the ground
Rivka Williams, a professor at Southern Oregon University, was in the car last week with her two young sons when she saw a police roadblock. Although the sky was clear, she could see fire in the distance. Williams feared that once they left the neighborho...
Fund established to help residents get back on their feet
As unprecedented wildfires continue to rage through southern Oregon, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are reaching out to residents, assisting firefighters and emergency workers, and opening a relief fund to help the thousands who are just learning that they h...
Fall programs build on lessons learned during spring lockdowns
As children start to return to school and the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across America, Chabad Hebrew schools, which offer after-school instruction to tens of thousands of Jewish children around the nation, are searching for a way to be enga...
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