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Celebrating Yud-Daled Kislev has become a true tradition and highlight at Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati. This year, the Talmidei Hashluchim outdid themselves and made sure that the Talmidim will never forget 14 Kislev of 5778. They spent days planning and preparing for the event.
They decorated the newly-renovated dining room of the Yeshiva to a wedding hall, rectangular tables, cutlery and music! A full-course meal was served including dessert. The Talmidim heard from the Hanhallas HaYeshiva and local shluchim and there was much joyous dancing to mark the occasion.
After the event, the Talmidim sat for hours for a special Farbrengen with the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Gershon Avtzon who farbrenged until the wee hours of the morning about the Chassid and his connection to the Rebbe.
Many general and personal hachlatos were made. It was truly an evening filled with Hiskashrus and simcha which left all participants inspired in their dedication to be Mekabel Moshiach Tzidkeinu.
The Yeshiva held a special Seuda- Melava Malka in honor of Rosh Chodesh Kislev. It was arranged by the Talmidei Hashluchim and the crowd was addressed by Rabbi Shalom B. Kalmanson and Rabbi Zalman Baras. Following the Seuda, there was festive dancing as well.
Kesiva Vachasima Tova - L'shana Tova U'Mesuka!
Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati celebrated the 120th birthday of Tomchei T’mimim with much excitement. A special Seuda was arranged by the Talmidei Hashluchim, and words of Torah and Hisorerus were shared by the Hanhallas HaYeshiva. The Seuda was followed by joyous dancing and Farbrengens with the Mashpiim of the Yeshiva
Special Chidon on Likkutei sichos - Purim - by shiur Gimmel