For a full month, the Talmidim of 7th and 8th grades of United Lubavitcher Yeshiva Crown St. focused on the theme of “Ani Nivreisi L’shamesh Es Koni.”
As a celebration of their great success, the Talmidim visited the Artistic Stitch Sports Complex in Queens.
Later that night was a “Seder Sichos” in Yagdil Torah (Heichal Halimud) as every Thursday night (Leil Shishi).
Chayolei Beis Dovid and its daily programs are organized by Bochurim Moishy Goldstein, Shaya Spielman and Dudi Slapochnik.
The weekly schedule of a Chayol:
On Sunday, he decides which achievements he will be working on this week and fills them into his weekly Duch to the Rebbe.
On Sunday night, he joins the CBD Rambam Teleconference to learn that day’s Perek of Rambam.
On Monday, he gives in his last week’s Duch for the Rebbe, and enters the on-time raffle.
On Tuesday night, he once again joins the bi-weekly Rambam Teleconference.
On Thursday night, if he’s in 7th grade he goes to Oholei Torah Zal for Mishmar. If he’s in 8th grade, he plays in the Oholei Torah gym for an hour and then walks to Yagdil Torah for a Seder Sichos.
On Friday, he goes on Mivtzoim (8th grade with Chavrusas, 7th grade as one big group).
On Shabbos morning before Shacharis, he enjoys a Chassidus Shiur in “the tunnel” of 770.
On Shabbos afternoon, he attends a class Mesibas Shabbos. (On winter Shabbosim he attends a Melave Malka on Motzoei Shabbos).
Video: Visiting a senior center:
Video: Fun at sports complex