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French Street Named After Rabbi

When Rabbi Shalom Mendel Kalmanson wanted to open a Jewish school, the city opposed it. Now, they named a street after him. Full Story

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Proud student
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Proud student

I went to that school in 1982-1983 I was 11-12 years old.
It was the beginning of my exposure to Yidishkeit.
I have such fond memories of Rabbi Kalmenson and his entire family and of course Morah Chaya. They are soooo dedicated and kind. Rabbi Kalmenson was the one who read the letter I had received from the Rebbe for my Bar Mitzvah. Now my family is on Shlichus!

Great man
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Great man

i am very proud of my brother in law he is a real tzaddic i grew up knowing him and how much he helped me may he bring Moshiach now

Thats my elter zaidy!!!!
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Thats my elter zaidy!!!!

was such a special man!!! Everyone in auberville looked up to him and admired him

Beautiful story!
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Beautiful story!

The most interesting and well written articles come from lubavitch.com. Great website. Thank you collive for sharing.

Aubervilliers a wonderful community!
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Aubervilliers a wonderful community!

Every community should emulate the achdus and passion this community has! The Shluchim are so dedicated and loving and instill a love for yidishkeit and the REBBE ingrained in all that pass through. Thank you Kalmanson family and the other shluchim families involved!

Wow
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Wow

Really really nice.
Incredible!!

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