This past Friday, students of Oholei Torah second grade attended a special assembly in honor of their Tanya Competition, which they learned in memory of Rabbi Levi Deitsch obm, a Shliach of the Rebbe, and a proud alumnus of Oholei Torah.
The students memorized a total of 6,703 lines of Tanya, for which each student received a personalized certificate for their participation. The Siyum of their learning was connected with Yud Aleph Nissin, the Rebbe’s birthday.
Sunday the boys were rewarded with a grand trip to Adventureland amusement park, where they enjoyed a day of fun and games.
As part of the conclusion of the Tanya Campaign, the students wrote essays on what the project meant to them. Many wrote how meaningful it is to learn Tanya, and become better chassidim of the Rebbe.
Rabbi Meir Shimshoni, Principal of Oholei Torah, thanked all those who helped make this competition the great success it was.