This letter was sent to the participants of the annual dinner of the Brownsville Ladies Auxiliary for the Beth Rivkah Schools.

B”H, 12 MarCheshvan, 5711,

Blessings and greetings,1

With satisfaction and pleasure I heard of your activities on behalf of the Beth Rivkah Schools in general, and of your gathering together now for that purpose.

As is well known, the Beth Rivkah Schools were founded by my revered father-in-law, the Rebbe, זצוקללה"ה, נבג"ם, זי"ע, הכ"מ. 2By continuing your work for the benefit of this institution, you are becoming partners in the work of the Rebbe, הכ"מ. I [feel] obligated to give you support and strength to continue this holy work with the greatest energy and to encourage all of your friends and acquaintances to participate in it.

As the Rebbe, הכ"ם, said on many occasions, G‑d does not remain a debtor. The merit of your above-mentioned work will bring you and your families health, sustenance, and nachas Jewish nachas — from your children.

With blessing for success in all matters and, in particular, in this work,

Menachem Schneerson