United Lubavitcher Yeshiva – Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn will be honoring their devoted longtime teacher Mr. George Landberg on Motzoei Shabbos Parshas Vayetzei.
This year, Mr. Landberg will be teaching in the high school for the 50th year.
“You know you’ve been around for a while when you are teaching the grandchildren of your first students,” says Landberg, still quick-witted.
Some students may remember him for the “Geneva Convention” and some for “the Raiming tubes” but “his lessons will always keep us entertained,” staff at the Yeshiva said.
Landberg merited a famous miracle from the Rebbe, after which the sight of his newborn son was miraculously saved. Till this very day he keeps his part of the bargain and puts on his Teffilin daily.
Recently at the Bris of a grandchild of one of his former students, he brought his Teffilin to be checked, while he used his uncle’s Teffilin for a few days he had some slight repairs done on his Teffilin.
The Melaveh Malkah on Nov. 20, 2010, at 7:30 pm will be held at the Young Israel of Ave. K at 2818 Ave. K in Brooklyn.
For reservations, information, or to put an Ad in the Journal please call (718) 859-7600 ext 101 or email [email protected]