The highly anticipated 770 albums have been delivered Thursday to Tzivos Hashem headquarters in Crown Heights, and will be arriving at participating schools in a matter of days.
The album, described as “a picture tour of 770,” takes readers on an extraordinary journey through the history of 770, providing a concise, yet detailed history of each room, along with beautiful pictures which bring the building to life.
As part of the Chayolei Tzivos Hashem program, students of Chabad schools nationwide can earn 320 stickers to be placed in the album.
Tzivos Hashem Director, Rabbi Yerachmiel Benjaminson, enthusiastically touted the album saying, “Many children today are sadly unaware if the beautiful history of 770. They have never seen the Rebbe, and this album will give them a taste of what it was like in 770.
“The album, however, is not just about teaching history. While depicting the journey Chabad has taken in the last generation, it gives children an understanding of the final steps that have to be taken towards our goal of uniting 770 with the Beis Hamikdosh.”
Young Shluchim, participating as part of the MyShliach program, have already received advanced copies of the album.
“The album is wonderful tool for parents to sit with their children and discuss so many vital Chassidishe concepts,” said Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch.
The album is a collaborative effort between Tzivos Hashem, Merkos L’’Inyonei Chinuch and JEM.