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Announcements

  • Those who pledged to bring items for Simchas Torah please remember to bring them to Shul ASAP.

Schedule:

For all the laws and customs Please see the Chabad Chodesh 

Hoshanah Rabba
Wednesday, 21 Tishrei/Sep. 29

  • Tehillim: 1:00 am
  • Shacharis: 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30 am
  • Light Yom Tov candles: 6:23 pm
  • Remember to make an Eruv Tavshilin
  • Marriv: 7:20 pm
  • Kiddush for men in the sukkah following maariv.
  • Seudas yom tov for women upstairs in Moshe Gantz Hall: 7:30-8:30 pm
  • Atta Horeisa: 8:30 pm
  • Seudas yom tov and farbrengen for men in the sukkah following Hakofos.

Shemini Atzeres
Thursday, 22 Tishrei/Sep. 30

  • Last Time To Read Shema: 9:45 am
  • Shacharis: 10:30 am
  • Yizkor: 12:15 pm
  • During Mussaf we start saying Mashiv Haruach Umorid Hageshem
  • Mincha: 6:20 pm
  • Light Yom Tov candles from a pre-existing flame after 7:25 pm
  • Family Hakofos - Maariv 7:30 pm, followed by children's seudas yom tov and then Hakofos.
  • Kiddush for men in the sukkah starting at 8:45 pm
  • Seudas yom tov for women upstairs  in Moshe Gantz Hall: 8:45 - 9:45 pm
  • Atta Horeisa: 9:45 pm
  • Seudas yom tov and farbrengen for men in the sukkah following Hakofos.

Simchas Torah
Friday, 23 Tishrei/Oct. 1

  • Last Time To Read Shema: 9:45 am
  • Shacharis: 10:30 am
  • KYY Hakofos: lerech 12:00 pm
  • Seudas yom tov and farbrengen for men in the sukkah following Hakofos.
  • Seudas yom tov for women upstairs in Moshe Gantz Hall starting 3:30 pm
  • Light Shabbos candles from a pre-existing flame 6:19 pm

Isru Chag - Shabbos Bereishis
Shabbos Mevarchim MarCheshvan
24 Tishrei/Oct. 2

  • Shabbos Mevarchim Tehillim: 8:15 am
  • Shacharis: 10:15 am
  • Seudas Shabbos and farbrengen after davening - for men in the shul, for women in the Kollel.
  • Mincha/Farbrengen: 6:00 pm
  • Shabbos Ends: 7:22 pm

Molad MarCheshvan:
Friday, 30 Tishrei/Oct. 8, 8:20 am & 2 Chalakim
Rosh Chodesh MCheshvan:
Friday & Shabbos Oct. 8th & 9th

Shabbos Bereishis Kiddush Sponsors:

  • Mr. & Mrs. Yossi Goldman in honor of their anniversary. May they live many more happy years together.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Yitzchok Wiener in honor of their daughter Chaya Mushka's birthday. May she have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Yerachmiel Wolowik in honor of the birth of their daughter Rivka. May she grow up letorah ulechupa ulmasim tovim.

Upcoming Birthdays:

  • Mr. Yoni Pelman - 24 Tishrei
  • Sruly Glabman - 26 Tishrei
  • Mr. Yehosuah Goldman - 27 Tishrei
  • Asher Katz - 28 Tishrei
  • Sholom Dovber Thaler - 28 Tishrei

Upcoming Anniversaries:

  • Mr. & Mrs. Jon Engelson - 24 Tishrei
  • Mr. & Mrs. Yossi Goldman - 29 Tishrei
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Dovi Gorelik - 28 Tishrei

Upcoming Yahrtzeits:

  • Chava bas R' Hershel Rosenbloom - 28 Tishrei

Weekly Thought:

Hakofos - With New Credit
On Simchas Torah, 5648 (1887) the Rebbe RaShab was honored with the first Sefer Torah for the first Hakofah and the Rebbe said he was not yet ready. The Rebbe called over a chassid, Reb Yaakov Schneur, who was a jobber, and he asked him, “How does jobbing work? And the chassid answered, “I supply merchandise on credit. I bring the merchandise from the big city and give it to the retailers “Behakofah”, on credit. Once they pay for the previous merchandise he gives them the new merchandise ‘Behakofah’.”
Then the Rebbe said, “After our payment with the service of the month of Elul, the days of Selichos, the two days of Rosh Hashanah, Aseres Yemei Teshuvah, Yom Kippur, Sukkos, Shemini Atzeret, etc… then we can go to Hakofos with new credit.” (Simchas Torah 5705 (1944) p. 57)
Simchas Yom Tov
Simchas Torah 5676 (1815) the Rebbe the Tzemach Tzedek danced a great deal, even the healthiest of the young men couldn’t keep up with him. Many fell down, and my great-grandfather kept dancing, and as he danced he would announce, “Dance, Yidden dance, enjoy yourselves with the simcha of the Torah, and in its merit you will merit life, children, and broad sustenance.”
The Rebbitzin Chaya Musia entered the room of her father, the Mittler Rebbe, and complained that he, the holy Tzemach Tzedek her husband, was wearing out the chasidim with his dancing. To her father, the Rebbe, she said, “You should have seen how he is out of himself. My grandfather the Alter Rebbe, told me that he has broad senses (chushim) his intellectual powers is broad and great.”
The Mittler Rebbe answered her, “By him, the Tzemach Tzedek, is now illuminating the light of the simcha of the Torah like it shone in the Beis Hamikdash...”
The night after Simchas Torah the Tzemach Tzedek used to change into another Kapote, because the first one was soaked with sweat and torn. When the grandfather, the Tzemach Tzedek, would go into his special room, the Mittler Rebbe’s great chasidim would get pieces of the torn coat as a Segulah for success in Torah and Avodah. (Sefer Hasichos 5703, p. 11)

Announcements:

  • Congregation Levi Yitzchok together with Bais Menachem & Chabad of S. LA invite the entire community to a grand Simchas Bais Hashoaiva - Monday, September 27th, 7:30 pm at the corner of Beverly & La Brea.
  • Click here for the Nightly Simchas Bais Hashoaiva Farbrengens Schedule.
  • Kol Yakov Yehuda is proud to sponser three events for our children during Sukkos and Simchas Torah!!!
    1.Tzivos Hashem children's Simchas Bais Hashoaiva celebration. Click here for flyer.
    2. Chol Hamoed Sukah hoping and activities - on a covertible bus tour round town. Click here for flyer.
    3. Grand children's Hakofos . Click here for flyer.
  • Thank you to Mr. Betzalel Fleischman and Mr. Meilech Weiss for the help in putting up the sukkah for the shul.
  • The Fishman family invites everyone to a L'Chaim to celebrate the engagement of Malka Fishman to Levi Lesches, this Sunday evening, 8:30 pm, at Chabad of SOLA's sukkah, 1627 So La Cienega Blvd.

Simchas Torah Announcements

  • Preparations for our world famous Congregation Levi Yitzchak Hakafos is in full swing. As usual, the shul counts on YOU!! Please email us now to remind us what you are bringing.
  • On Simchas Torah night (Thursday night) there will be a "Family Hakafos" geared for our many shul families with small children. Maariv will be davened bizman, and after a short kiddush for the children, Hakafos will start right away. The Family Hakafos will conclude before the main Hakafos begin after Tahalucha.

Shalom Zachor:

Mr. & Mrs. Chezki Klein and Rabbi & Mrs. Fischel Grossman
Invite the community to the Sholom Zochor of their son and grandson, and a Simchas Bais Hashoaiva farbrengen
At the home of Rabbi & Mrs. Fischel Grossman 
366 N Citrus Ave.

Mazal Tov To:

  • Mr. & Mrs. Chezki Klein on the birth of their son. Mazal Tov to the grandparents Rabbi & Mrs. Fischel Grossman.

 Upcoming Birthdays:

  • Meir Shlomo Thaler - 18 Tishrei
  • Shlomo Binyomin Feldman - 21 Tishrei
  • Yosef Meir Weiss - 21 Tishrei
  • Rabbi Yonah Mordechai Weiss - 21 Tishrei
  • Schneur Zalman Raichik - 22 Tishrei
  • Chaim Plotkin - 23 Tishrei

Upcoming Yahrtzeits:

  • Rivka bas R' Chaim Yehoshua Munitz - 21 Tishrei
  • R' Eliyahu Arye Leib ben R' Yosef Gross - 22 Tishrei

Nightly Simchas Bais Hashoaiva Farbrengens

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KYY Simchas Torah Hakofos

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Announcements:

  • Save the date: Simchas Bais Hashoaiva - Monday, September 27th, 7:30 pm at the corner of Beverly & La Brea.
  • Click here for the KYY newsletter.
  • A message from KYY... How many times have you wanted to buy Maftir Yonah, but it was beyond your means? Now is your chance in a community wide cooperative method. What better way than doing it at a kids minyan where the kids have “the direct line” to Hashem. Click here to participate.
  • Please remember to pay your membership, seats and locker fees if you have not already done so. Click here for the schedule of fees.
  • Please remember to update your information in the shul database if you have not already done so. Click here.

Mazal Tov To:

  • Rabbi & Mrs. Shaya Berkowitz on the engagement of their son Mendel to Chaya Baras.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Moshe Fishman on the engagement of their daughter Malka to Levi Lesches.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Yrachmiel Wolowik on the bar mitzvah of thir son Yosef Yitzchok.

Upcoming Birthdays:

  • Shmuel Chaim Plotke - 10 Tishrei
  • Yosef Yitzchok Habibian - 12 Tishrei
  • Mr. Shmuel Freeman - 13 Tishrei
  • Moishy Rav-Noy - 15 Tishrei

Upcoming Yahrtzeits:

  • R' Shmuel Meir ben R' Yisroel Dovid Tsikman - 11 Tishrei
  • Shulamis bas R' Hershel Glabman - 12 Tishrei
  • Sara Leah bas R' Yacov - 15 Tishrei
  • R' Ephraim Pinchas ben R' Yona Halevi Fishkin - 16 Tishrei

Weekly Thought:

By Rabbi Shimon Raichik

Two Halachic Clarifications concerning Yom Kippur

1. While it is true that a fellow Chosid that pardons, automatically, all those who offend him, and you just need to be humble before him and be good to him. Nevertheless, according to Shulchan Aruch the bottom line is that we must be certain that anyone we have upset throughout the year pardons in truth. So while it is true that Chosid pardons in general, we need to be certain that it is true in this particular case as well and ask for forgiveness before Yom Kippur.

2. Recently it has become that some people, who for various reasons are not feeling well, have concluded that it is acceptable to eat some food in amounts less than a kazayis so that they will feel well enough to attend shul for Yom Kippur. Please be aware that Yom Kippur is stricter than Tisha B’Av in this regard. It is better to stay at home in bed and not eat than to come to shul and eat even less than a kazayis. Even nursing and pregnant women need to fast on Yom Kippur. The only leniencies available are for the very ill with the guidance of a Rav even if you were given permission to eat on Tisha B’Av you need to ask again for Yom Kippur. 

Yom Kippur

There is a story about the Previous Rebbe that took place on the day after Yom Kippur. He asked his father the Rebbe Rashab about the proper way to serve Hashem, what was next, after having completed the avodah of Yom Kippur. The Rebbe Rashab’s answer was to start to do Teshuva. This answer needs to be understood. How can it be that one day after Yom Kippur, the day that we were surely forgiven for our sins that we first begin the process of Teshuva? Even Baba ben Buta who would bring a Korban Asham (known as an Asham Talui) every day for any sin he may have unwittingly committed, would take a break on the day after Yom Kippur and not bring a Karbon! How do we understand the concept of Teshuva the day after Yom Kippur?

There is another question regarding Yom Kippur. Throughout the day we repeat “Al Cheit” many times at the end of each tefilla. What is the purpose of it’s repetition so many times?

The Rebbe explains that avodah during the 26 hours of Yom Kippur includes five tefillos. These five tefillos correspond to the five levels of the neshama, Nefesh, Ruach, Neshama, Chaya and Yechida in an ascending fashion throughout the day. As we elevate from one level to the next we become increasingly refined. If we were forgiven on Yom Kippur night by Maariv, corresponding to Nefesh, as the day progresses we need to address a deeper and more subtle level of the neshama and come to a more complete teshuva. As the process deepens new things that could not arise previously come into focus. One could liken this to different types of cloth. There is thick cloth, a thin cloth, and a silk cloth. The more thin and refined the cloth, the more the stain is apparent. A stain that does not show up on thick cloth will show up on silk cloth. The more refined and developed state requires a higher level teshuva. This is why we repeat Al Cheit over again after each tefilla to ask for forgiveness for things needing teshuva that were not yet addressed that arise though becoming more connected to Hashem in tefilla.

When a person completes these five levels he can come to feel as if he has reached a peak in his avodas Hashem. When this feeling of “ich bin a fartiker Yid” I have become a complete Jew occurs, growth is curtailed. At the very point where growth and expansion stops, that very same place is where slipping can occur. This is the lesson in avodas Hashem the Rebbe Rashab taught. Completing the five levels of Yom Kippur now provides an opportunity, a platform for continued growth and even deeper service of Hashem.

While there is a very important spiritual side to Yom Kippur and we must focus fully upon it, still, we know that the action is the main thing. We must remind ourselves that through every action, every mitzvah, every word of Tehillim, Bracha and Pasuk Chumash, we connect with Hashem and draw Him down into this physical world. After Yom Kippur a voice from Shomayim proclaims “Go eat your food in joy because Hashem has accepted your service.” The avodah of Yom Kippur enables us to bring that deep connection and focus into all aspects of our daily lives.

Similarly , the first thing we were commanded to do by Hashem after Yom Kippur was to build a Mishkan, a home for Hashem. To bring Hashem into life and into the world is our greatest simcha, to make from our body, home, and workplace a Mishkan for Hashem.

Wishing you all a Chasima uGmar Chasima Tovah a good and a sweet year with abundance in all things both spiritual and physical, and the main thing, the geula amitis with Moshiach in the third Bais HaMikdash.

Kol Yakov Yehuda Maftir Yona

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B”H

Erev 5771 Yom Kippur

Dear Parent & Supporter of KYY:

First and foremost, we want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for the tremendous Zchus of allowing us to be part of your child’s life as he or she attends Kol Yakov Yehuda, the Rebbe’s Diamond Daveners.

Boruch Hashem, we have had tremendous Hatzlacha with this project. 

As Yom Kippur is upon us, we have taken upon ourselves the project of having a “Maftir Yonah @ The Kids Shul”.

What it means simply is on Yom Kippur day we are going to have a minyan for the layning of Maftir Yonah in Zchus of all those who participate with their contribution towards the expenses of KYY.

How many times you have wanted to buy Maftir Yonah, but it was beyond your means?  Now is your chance in a cooperative method.  What better way than doing it at a kids minyan where the kids have “the direct line” to Hashem.

Please give any amount . . . please give generously (economic times are tough – sponsors have dissipated).  Just click here to make your donation today.

On behalf of all the Mispallelim of KYY – The Rebbe’s Diamond Daveners, we thank you and we wish you a year of abundance in everything you need and want, B’Ruchnious and B’Gashmious.

Easy fast,
Rabbi Mendel Duchman, Founder & Director
Habocher Hatomim Hamispallel Menachem Mendel Plotkin, President
Habocher Hatomim Hamispallel Berel Polityko, Vice President,
Habocher Hatomim Hamispallel Mendel Goldman, Secretary of State

Announcements:

  • Please remember to pay your membership, seats and locker fees. Click here for the schedule of fees and more information.
  • Thanks to everyone that has sent in their pushkas! Please bring yours to shul or email us to arrange for pickup.
  • Please remember to update your information in the shul database if you have not already done so. Click here.
  • Remember to bring your Machzorim to shul for Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah & Shabbos Schedule:

For all the laws and customs please see the Chabad Chodesh 

Erev Rosh Hashanah - Wednesday, 29 Elul/September 8

  • Selichos : 5:45, 6:30 and 7:00 am
  • Hatoras nedarim - Annulment of Vows following Shacharis
  • Remember to make an Eruv Tavshilin
  • Light Yom Tov Candles: 6:51 pm

First Day Rosh Hashanah - Thursday, 1 Tishrei/September 9

  • Shacharis: 9:00 am
  • Children’s program downstairs in shul at 9:30 am
    Please leave all strollers downstairs
  • Tekias Shofar: 11:30 am
  • Tehillim: 5:00 pm
  • Minchah/Tashlich: 6:30 pm
  • Light Yom Tov candles from a pre-existing flame after 7:55 pm

Second Day Rosh Hashanah - Friday, 2 Tishrei/September 10

  • Shacharis: 9:00 am
  • Children’s program downstairs in shul at 9:30 am
    Please leave all strollers downstairs
  • Tekias Shofar: 11:30 am
  • Tehillim: 5:00 pm
  • Minchah/Farbrengen: 6:20 pm
  • Light Shabbos candles from a pre-existing flame at 6:48 pm

Shabbos Parshas Ha’azinu - Shabbos Shuva - 3 Tishrei/September 11

  • Early Minyan Shacharis: 8:20 am
  • Shiur Chassidus with Rabbi Raichik: 9:00 am
  • Shacharis: 10:00 am
  • Kol Yacov Yehuda: 10:15 am
  • Mincha: 6:50 pm
  • Shabbos Ends: 7:51 pm

Tzom Gedaliah (Nidche) - Sunday, 4 Tishrei/September 12

  • Fast Begins: 5:20 am
  • Minchah: 6:30 pm
  • Fast Ends: 7:39 pm

Shabbos Ha’azinu Kiddush Sponsors:

  • Mr. & Mrs. Milton Goodman in honor of the 81st yahrtzeit of Milton's father Yisroel. May the neshomo have an aliya.

Women's Shabbos Shiur/Farbrengen:

At the home of Mrs. Ruchama Thaler
418 N. Martel Ave.
at 5:30
Speaker: Rabbi Shaya Berkowitz

Upcoming Birthdays:

  • Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Wolowik - 4 Tishrei
  • Shneur Lerman - 9 Tishrei

Weekly Thought - Rosh Hashananh

On Shabbos Parshas Nitzavim 1968-69, during a Fabrengen a few days before Rosh Hashana, the Rebbe discussed, with much nuance and anguish, various problems that had, as of late, occurred in 770. Among the issues raised was with access to the roof not being secured. The Rebbe was concerned for the safety of the children. He also spoke disapprovingly about the fact that there were no cups available in 700 for guests, making it difficult for them to get a drink if they needed. Many who were present at the time were miffed, not understanding the connection between the auspicious days of the year they were living through and the content of the Sicha. Including those wondering was one of the Mashpiim at the Yeshiva in Newark who sat with the bachurim to explain. He said “Here we are just a few days before Rosh Hashana, at a time when we crown Hashem as King, (known as Biyan HaMalchus) and because of us the Rebbe needs to get involved these kind of issues? “We need wake up and do more in our avodah to prevent the need for the Rebbe to pay attention at such an auspicious hour to things that are the responsibility of Chassidim.”

There is another story told involving Shimon Goldman that occurred on the first night of Rosh Hashana. The Rebbe was, during that time period, davening in the upstairs shul for Rosh Hashana. Reb Shimon happened to be davening in the hallway where he had found a place to stand. On the Rebbe’s way back to his room from the shul, he noticed Reb Shimon and called him to his room (Imagine the hisorrarus teshuva he must have had!). The Rebbe told him that on Erev Rosh Hashana he had seen his pregnant wife and his child fall down in the street. The Rebbe said that it is known that Malachim escort children and place pillows in front of them to cushion when they fall (implying that surely his child is ok). The Rebbe wanted to know if his wife was feeling better and that he should see to it that she takes care of herself.

In a similar vein, once during a Yechidus after Tishre an individual was asked the following question by the Rebbe. The Rebbe had seen this individual’s son before Rosh Hashana without glasses, and later during tekios he saw him with glasses. His question was; “How are your son’s eyes?”

On Shabbos Parshas Nitzavim 1974 the Rebbe spoke about the level of learning of the Bachurim in Yeshiva and how changes were necessary. The Rebbe wanted to dispatch Bachurim to different Yeshivas. He required that all Bachurim write to the Hanohala of the Yeshivas who would decide and then direct them to which Yeshiva to attend. The Rebbe added that he wanted the list completed no later than the following Monday morning, Erev Rosh Hashana before he would leave for the Ohel. Because of this, on that Motzei Shabbos and the following Sunday there was a big tummul involving Yeshivas all around the world; Kfar Chabad, Montreal, Lod, France etc, to complete this request on time. During the Rosh Hashana fabrengen, the Rebbe dedicated a Sicha for those Bachurim that had been assigned to Yeshivas and were planning to go. At the end of the Sicha the Rebbe said that the Bachurim should say LeChayim.

A question that runs through all these stories is; what is the significance in these details in such an auspicious time? Would it not be better to defer these details for a time while we focus on the awesomeness of crowning Hashem as King (Haktaras HaMelech)? Should we not be completely absorbed in developing a rich inner core of spirituality that a true servant of HaShem most appropriately needs to face the Master of the Universe in prayer on the Day of Judgement? In general the answer is yes! It is true that we must do teshuva, and that requires a strong focus on realizing that “We are your servants and you are our Master”, that “We are your children and you are our Father”, and that we are all one as we stand together to hear the sounding of the Shofar on Rosh Hashana, as we crown Hashem as the King of Israel and the King of the Universe. The point in these stories is that our service cannot be only found in generalities. That orientation needs to carry over into all the details. It must penetrate and encompass every aspect of our lives. If someone does not have cup to have a drink, something is missing in Malchus. If a child and his mother are hurt, their wellbeing is inseparable and essential parts of the wholeness of Hashem’s Kingdom. The wholeness of Hashem’s Kingdom includes a young boy and his ability to see properly. These are not mutually exclusive ideas; they are one and the same! Everything is relevant to within Hashem’s Kingship. Resolving the placement of Bachurim in the Yeshiva system needs completion Erev Rosh Hashana before going to the Ohel, and they are part and parcel of the LeChayim on Rosh Hashana!

In conclusion the bottom line is that on Rosh Hashana we cry out to Hashem that we are your servants and we will do anything that you want 24 hours a day and 7 days a week in all aspects of daily living, both spiritual and physical.

Hashem surely accepts our prayers and everyone is blessed with a good and sweet year with a Kasiva vaChasima Tovah L’Shana Tovah uMesuka for the community at large and each and every individual in particular. And all of the above together with Hashem’s Kingship fully revealed in this physical world with coming of Moshiach.

Announcements:

  • Please remember to pay your membership, seats and locker fees. Click here for the schedule of fees and more information. Seats are being assigned this weekend!
  • Thanks to everyone that has sent in their pushkas! Please bring yours to shul or email us to arrange for pickup.
  • Please remember to update your information in the shul database if you have not already done so. Click here.

Shabbos Schedule:

  • Shabbos Candle Lighting: 6:58 pm
  • Tehillim: 8:15 am
  • Followed by a Shiur Chassidus with Rabbi Raichik
  • Shacharis: 10:15 am
  • Mesibos Shabbos for Girls: 4:00 pm in Shul
  • Shiur in Pirkei Avos with Rabbi Raichik: 6:20 pm
  • Mincha: 7:00 pm - Pirkei Avos - Perokim 5-6
  • Shabbos Ends: 8:01 pm
  • Selichos Motzei Shabbos: 1:00 am
  • Selichos Monday & Tuesday: 6:00, 6:30 and 7:00
  • Selichos Wednesday Erev Rosh Hashanah: 6:00, 6:45 and 7:15

Kiddush Sponsors:

  • Mr. & Mrs. David Sharabi in honor of their daughter Penina Yael. May they have much nachas from her and their entire family.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Yosef Wolowik - a seudas hodaah. May they continue to be blessed betov hanireah vehanigla tomid kol hayomim.
  • Together With:
    Mr. & Mrs. Avrohom Aron Grunfeld in honor of the yahrzheit of R' Avrohom Aron's father, R' Moshe Yakov ben R' Aron. May the neshomo have an aliyah.
    Rabbi & Mrs. Yecheskel Raeburn in honor of R' Yecheskel's birthday as well as the birthdays of their children Yosef Yitzchok and Chaya Mushka. May they all have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.
    Rabbi & Mrs. Yankee Raichik in honor of their anniversary. May they live many more happy years together.
    Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rosenbloom in honor of Richard's birthday. May he have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.
    Rabbi & Mrs. Zalman Schmukler in honor of the yahrzheit of R' Zalman's father, R’ Meir Eliezer ben R’ Yehuda. May the neshomo have an aliyah.
    Mr. & Mrs. Shmuel Stroll in honor of the yahrzheit of R' Shmuel's father, R’ Yehuda ben R’ Tzvi Hirsch. May the neshomo have an aliyah.

Women's Shabbos Shiur/Farbrengen:

At the home of Mrs. Yehudit Schneerson
364 N Fuller Ave
at 5:45
Speaker: Rabbi Moshe Levin

Mazal Tov To:

  • Rabbi & Mrs. Mendel Duchman on the birth of their granddaughter.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Frank Revere on the engagement of their son Aaron to Chaya Finck.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Gershon Schusterman on the birth of twin granddaughters.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Yosef Shagalov on the engagement of Levana Bina Ekman to Avraham Moshe Greenstein. The Lchaim will be Iy"h this Monday (27 Elul/Sep 6) at 4:00 - 7:00 PM @ Chabad Israel Center (1520 South Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035)

 Upcoming Birthdays:

  • Yosef Yitzchok Raeburn - 26 Elul
  • Mendel Rav-Noy - 26 Elul
  • Levi Yitzchak Goldman - 27 Elul
  • Mr. Richard Rosenbloom - 27 Elul
  • Rabbi Yecheskel Raeburn - 29 Elul
  • Mr. Yerachmiel Altman - 2 Tishrei

 Upcoming Anniversaries:

  • Rabbi & Mrs. Yankee Raichik - 26 Elul

Upcoming Yahrtzeits:

  • R’ Mordechai Leib ben R’ Avrohom Edelson - 26 Elul
  • R’ Meir Eliezer ben R’ Yehuda Schmukler - 27 Elul
  • R’ Yehuda ben R’ Tzvi Hirsch Stroll - 27 Elul
  • R’ Sholom Dovid ben R’ Yoisef Kreiman - 28 Elul
  • R’ Moshe ben R’ Menachem Mendel Hilel Ganzburg - 2 Tishrei
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