Jan 23, 2013
Morristown Boys Work Together

Working together and with united effort, students at Cheder Lubavitch of Morristown prepared a Mivtzoim exhibit in honor of Yud Shvat.

In honor of Yud Shvat, Talmidim of Cheder Lubavitch Morristown began a contest, preparing for a Mivtzoim exhibit which focused on the 10 Mitzvos that were introduced and encouraged by the Rebbe, but most importantly focusing on the primary goal of working together and Ahavas Yisroel.

The Mivtzoim Fair took place at the weekly Father and Son learning program on this past Motzaei Shabbos.

Each class focused on two specific campaigns, and as soon as the project was announced just over 2 weeks ago, the boys got straight to work.
Talents have emerged, ideas were born and Achdus combined with Ahavas Yisroel were at the forefront.

At the end of the 2 weeks of preparing, and hours of working together, it didn't matter who won as all boys came out winners, appreciating their artistic work and enjoying the pride of their labor that they have all worked on together.

One parent commented: "This was a beautiful way to combine Ahavas Yisroel - working together and yet building personal self esteem, every single child feeling special and important, having personal involvement in a project, in honor of Yud Shvat!"

Special Thanks to Mendy Paul - Shliach to Cheder Lubavitch for leading this initiative and going all the way to make this happen.

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Proud Parent
Once again the Cheder does a great job providing a fun way to teach our kids! Thank You to all the Rebbes, Principal Rabbi Ari Wilshansky, and to Mendy Paul!
(1/23/2013 12:00:42 PM)
Yay Morristown
We loved the creativity and artistry showed by the boys. A big Yasher Koach to all the boys, to all the Rebbis, to Rabbi Wilschanski and to Mendy Paul!
(1/23/2013 6:54:50 PM)
It looks really nice.
I wish we could somehow get a chance to do that in other schools.
its kinda like a jewish science fair
I LOVE it:)
keep up the good work morristown
(1/25/2013 7:59:51 AM)
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