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    Neighbor Hosts Aliya Party

    A kind neighbor of the Aliya Institute in Crown Heights hosted their Lag BaOmer party, as the need for "inreach" increases. Full Story, Photos

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    wonderful!
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    wonderful!

    Sender on the grill……..that’s my boy!

    BEAUTIFUL
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    BEAUTIFUL

    Wish I had megabucks to donate to Aliya. Lots of hatzlacha to everyone involved!

    Dispatch 648
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    Dispatch 648

    Petro is the real deal. No one like him. True guy.

    Go Aliya Melbourne
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    Go Aliya Melbourne

    Yakov and Mushky you are doing great work!

    Hechts CT
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    Hechts CT

    Moishe and Sara, You are both inspiring! Love the photos.
    Keep up this great work!
    we love you.

    you can be our partner
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    you can be our partner

    you can come learn one on one with one of our guys or you could sponsor a farby by visiting http://www.chabadinreach.com/donate.
    every bit counts

    So nice!
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    So nice!

    Now, b’hashgacha protis there is an article today on COL about the cooperation of schools and parents for their childrens’ chinuch. If only these two topics would always and actually “be on the same page” there wouldn’t be a need for Aliyah within our own community. If the schools would educate with love and devotion to these same boys when they are young – and with a positive attitude, they would gain a positive outlook. Lubavitch as a whole would benefit a lot more than by “having Chumash goals hanging on the wall”. Who cares how many pages of Chumash… Read more »

    Dear "So Nice"....
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    Dear "So Nice"....

    Your points are very well taken. I would like to add that there should be an individualized approach, which is, I think, a part of what you are also saying. But by “individualized,” please remember that there ARE some boys–actually many!–for whom “having Chumash goals hanging on the wall” is NOT a bad thing! Some kids ARE very motivated by this kind of goal-making, especially if they get encouragement along the way by parents and teachers. Also, you clearly put-down “sing-songing” learning of Chumash, but it is not necessarily justified to end this practice for ALL students. While it may… Read more »

    Pinchos Woolstone
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    Pinchos Woolstone

    first class project, more success to Moshe Feiglin and Nota Shemtov
    go from strength to strength

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