Photos: Shmuel Amit/COLlive
A thundering “Gut Yom Tov!” was sounded – the voices some 400 c, as the “Father and Son Farbrengen” began on Thursday evening in 770.
In a joint initiative the local boys Mosdos endorsed and encouraged fathers to join a unique Farbrengen geared to Grades 4,5,6,7 – and utilize Yud Tes Kislev with their son’s in the most appropriate and heartwarming “Darchei HaChassidus” way – A chassidishe Farbrengin in the Rebbe’s Shul.
Musician Fitche Ben-Shimon opened the event with the traditional 19 Kislev Niggun of PAdah B’sholom.
R’ Moshie Goldstein -master story-teller and coordinator of Chayolei Beis Dovid in United Lubavitcher Yeshiva- brought to life the events proceeding the printing of the Tanya.
Then the Emcee Rabbi Menachem Yusewitz prepared the boys for something very special! all the boys were invited to listen to a recorded story from the Rebbe himself.
Then as the lights dimmed, all Tattys and sons sang along the Niggun hachana, followed by the holy Niggun of Daled Bavos composed by the Baal Hageula the Alter Rebbe.
Base commander at Tzivos Hashem R Menachem Cadaner recapped the story of this special day, and after some more Niggunim the event came to a close with raffles and prizes.
All left uplifted in Yom Tov spirits.
The organizers would like to thank:
Reb Shimon Laiani for sponsoring the Seudas Mitzva and Farbrengen in continuation to his very special simcha of concluding a Sefer Torah.
Hanhalos of our mosdos for their support:
Rabbi Sendy Wilschanski – Oholei Torah 3-4
Rabbi Yehoshua Lustig – Oholei Torah 5-7
Rabbi Yanki Goldstein – United Lubavitcher Yeshiva
Rabbi Yosef Wolf – United Lubavitcher Yeshiva
Rabbi Mendy Vail – Darchei Menachem
Rabbi Menachem Yusewitz – Ohr Menachem
Rabbi Yossi Bryski – O.T.E.G. for coordinating setup and much more
Reb Yosef Yitzchok Kratz – 770
Hat. Meir Moshe Altman – 770