The new Zman began for a group of eighteen boys entering Yeshiva at Monsey’s new Mesivta Lev Tmimim Lubavitch.
Monday afternoon was orientation for the new families, with parents and Talmidim being welcomed by the Hanhola. The first day of full Seder was Tuesday, Yud Elul.
Bochurim in the new Yeshiva are benefitting from a unique approach that has been received by the greater Chabad community with tremendous enthusiasm and support.
MLTL offers parents looking for a strong Chassidish environment for their son – without compromise on traditional Tomchei Tmimim values and Ruach – the opportunity to also ensure that their son will receive a warm and caring atmosphere.
The program, which includes essential Limudei Chol skills, also encourages boys to be active and healthy, guided by trained physical fitness staff.
In addition to the Hanhola, the four Talmidei HaShluchim are inspiring the young Bochurim with learning Mivtzahs, and examples of the conduct expected of a Tomim in the Rebbe’s Yeshiva.