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Who Got The First ‘Rebbe Dollar’?

Who was the first Chossid to give a Pan and receive a dollar from the Rebbe? The story of a bochur from Williamsburg in 1949, and where he is on Shlichus today. Full Story

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Very beautiful
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Very beautiful

Thanks for sharing!

NEHA
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NEHA

Mrs. Ciment is an emesa dugmah Chaya for her teachers, students and parents. A true shlucha of the Rebbe. Hashem should grant her langa, gezunta yarn with nachas from her children, grandchildren and great grands ky”h.

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A tremendous zechus the Ciment family has had. A few points to clarify. The yeshiva had pre-school through 12th grade with separate classes in the upper grades for many years. In fact, the first graduating class was in 1960. CH resident Rav Leibel Newman was in the class of 1960. Rav Yehoshua Kastel z’l retired from the yeshiva in 1972 due to health reasons. The yeshiva gedola which was established in 1980 has not been functioning since around 1996. It’s important to note that within 2 years of becoming the menahel, Rav Ciment successfully led the effort to build the… Read more »

Thank you , a former talmid
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Thank you , a former talmid

A response to.#3. What was the purpose of that comment? And thank you Rabbi and Mrs. Ciment for your extraordinary Mesiras Nefesh all the years, and the.hundreds/thousands? of neshamos whose lives you have impacted in.a tremendous way!! And for being outstanding dugmaaos chayos. If we could all learn from them, this world would be a better place. Thank you -a yasher koach!! I stand in awe and respect of you, and hope I can raise my children to be chassidim and shluchim with as much dedication to their Shlichus as you both have!! May you have the.health and strength to… Read more »

Mrs. and Rabbi Ciment
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Mrs. and Rabbi Ciment

Thank you for a wonderful school!

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