20 Years: A Tribute to the Rebbe – Camp begins this Monday

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Chabad of Mid-Hudson Valley Newsletter

Friday June 27, 2014
  
Sivan 29, 5774

Parshat Korach

Rosh Chodesh Tammuz

Pirkei Avot, Chapter 4

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A word from the Rabbi 

Shabbat Sevices: Shabbat Morning Services @ 10:00 AM followed by a delicious kiddush.

Please continue your prayers, joining with Jews all over the world, as we continue to pray for the safe return of our three boys.

Yaakov Naftali ben Rachel Devora – יעקב נפתלי בן רחל דבורה
Gil-ad Michael ben Bat Galim – גיל-עד מיכאל בן בת גלים
Eyal ben Iris Teshura – אייל בן איריס תשורה

Special chapters of Tehillim (Psalms) will be said following Shabbat Morning Services for the safe return of our boys and for the safety of our soldiers in the IDF who are risking their lives to help find them.

May G-d bless them with immediate success to bring our boys home.

Our sincerest condolences to Valerie and Bobby Gropper on the loss of Valerie’s father, Mr. Harry Wolf, Tzvi Hersh ben Menachem Shaul obm. May his memory be for a blessing and may his family find comfort among all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Shiva is at the Gropper home at 26 Scenic Dr, P’ok until Monday morning.

An Evening of Inspiration

Commerating Gimmel Tammuz 
Commerating Gimmel Tammuz
20 years since the passing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Tuesday, July 1 2014 – 6:00 PM

Special Video Presentation
(“Marchig Orders”)

Appetizers & Refreshments
All welcome! Free of Charge.
Camp Gan Israel
starting this Monday! 
Camp Gan Israel of Dutchess County starts this coming Monday for the summer of 2014.
Camp Gan Israel, an affiliate of the very successful world wide Gan Israel day camps, will offer: warm and caring staff, arts n crafts, kosher cooking, great trips, specialty clubs, Shabbat parties and Jewish culture, mad science, swimming /water activities, sports and much more! 

Dates: June 30 – July 11th
Hours 9:30-3:00 (extended hours available)
Mini Gan Izzy: ages 3-5/ Gan Izzy Junior: ages 6-10.
For more information or to receive a registration packet and calendar  call Rivka  Serebryanski, Camp Director at 845-224-5530 or e-mail GanIzzyDutchess@gmail.com.
Still not to late to enroll your child! Call today! Don’t delay!
Located on the spacious grounds of the Chabad Centers at 61-63 Vassar Rd., Poughkeepsie.
Jewish Art Calendar

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Be Part of it!
 
The Jewish Art Calendar is one of the most popular Jewish publications and serves as a Jewish lifeline to many thousands of Jewish families throughout the Mid Hudson Valley with a wealth of Jewish knowledge, Holiday awareness, recipes as well as beautiful artwork. It is sent out free of charge to homes and businesses throughout the entire region and well beyond.

   

We turn to all of you asking you to please place an ad or make a contribution in any amount toward the Jewish Art Calendar. Donations in the amount of Chai ($36, $54, $180 or more) or any amount you can afford. Your name(s) will be listed on the page of contributors, or, if you so wish, you can be listed anonymously. Donations can also be made in the memory, or in honor, of a loved one.

Please send in your contribution or advertisement today to:

The Jewish Art Calendar

Chabad Lubavitch of Mid Hudson Valley

63 Vassar Rd.

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12603

You can also donate through PayPal by clicking here.

Please e-mail an exact listing of names you wish to list or advertisement through e-mailing us at chabadmidhudsonvly@prodigy.net

Thanking you in advance for your help and support.

Dear Friends:

Mother and daughter; father and son; brother and sister; husband and wife; friend and friend; teacher and pupil. To the varied array of human relationships, the phenomenon and experience of Chassidism has added one more: the bond between the rebbe and the chassid.


This coming Tuesday marks the 20th anniversary, from when the world heard that the Rebbe had physically passed on. Traditionally, this is a day for reflection, learning, prayer, positive resolutions and acts of loving kindness. Many also have the custom to visit and pray at the Ohel, the Rebbe’s holy resting place.

But what is the nature of the rebbe-and-chassid bond?

There is fierce love in it, and unquestioning loyalty. There is passion, devotion, admiration, appreciation, awe, mentorship, care, concern, sacrifice. Almost every human emotion is there, in heightened form.
But can it be described?

   

Read about how people from all walks of life speak about their relationship with the Rebbe.

We will Farbreng more about this on Shabbat as well, please join us in Shul.

On this special day, let us join together with Jews throughout the world in learning extra Torah, reciting an additional prayer, and giving some extra charity.  

Let us also try and apply some of the Rebbe’s care and selflessness to our own interactions with family, friends and strangers.  

 

There can be no more fitting tribute to the Rebbe than millions of good deeds, performed on his day.

May G-d help us, in the merit of our collective acts of goodness, to quickly greet the righteous Moshiach.

 

Shabbat Shalom,

Rabbi Yacov & Hindy Borenstein
www.chabdmidhudsonvalley.com 

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JEWISH HUMOR!

Mr. Goldberg bought a new fridge for his house.

To get rid of his old fridge, he put it in his front garden and hung a sign on it saying: “Free to take home. You want it, you take it.”

For three months, the fridge sat there without even one person looking twice at it.

He eventually decided that people were too un-trusting of this deal. It looked too good to be true, so he changed the sign to read: ‘Fridge for sale $200.’

The next day someone stole it.

The New Extension to the Chabad Center
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To view it in full scale, click on image.
If you wish to dedicate or contribute for the New Bais Chabad Center please call the Rabbi for an appointment.
The Rebbe
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To learn more about the Rebbe, click on the picture above.

     Candle Lighting Times

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 Poughkeepsie, NY

 

Shabbat Candles
Friday, June 27

 
Light Candles at:
8:16 PM
Shabbat ends at:
9:26 PM
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followed by a delecious kiddush

Sunday morning services:
Bagels, Lox & Torah
 Service 9:30 AM
Breakfast 10:00 AM
at the Chabad Center
 
Women’s Torah class:
Torah and Tea
Wednesday’s 10:00 AM
at the Borenstein’s home
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