The United Lubavitcher Yeshiva held their annual Father and Son Melave Malka for Kita Beis, Gimel and Daled last Motzei Shabbos.
The evening began with Hatomim Binyomin Wolowik leading the crowd in reciting the Rebbe’s Kapitel, and a Sicha of the Rebbe. Rabbi Goldstein spoke about the importance of looking out for the needs of every single child, and the unique leadership qualities every Yid inherits from Moshe Rabbeinu.
Tzivos Hashem director, Rabbi Teleshevsky, shared with the crowd the Talmidim’s amazing accomplishments in Mishnayos and Tanya B’al Peh, and awarded special certificates to the boys who have earned their Gold-Medal status. As of the time of writing, a total of 18,223 lines of Mishnayos and Tanya were learned B’al Peh!
Children, parents, and grandparents then joined in an exciting and interactive game-show quizzing young and old on the events and history of Tes Adar. Rabbi Posner, who was one of the first students in the first Tomchei Temimim in America, shared some of his memories and inspiration for this upcoming day.
With a great burst of excitement from the game-show the crowd took to the dance-floor for Simchas Adar with renowned Ba’al Menagen Eli Marcus, and musician Chony Milecki.