On Rosh Chodesh Kislev, 5777, Beis Chana had an entertaining and creative program.  As the girls came together in a nicely decorated classroom, we enjoyed a special lunch and watched a video of the Rebbe.  This was when we were introduced to the Yud Tes Kislev hachana.  It was a creative and enjoyable way for us to learn about the Rebbeim and Rebbetzins.  We then moved on to our next activity:  silkscreen painting with Rabbi Yitzchok Moully.  He described to us how he discovered silkscreen and how it led him to be who he is today.  The program ended with a variety of delicious cakes and cookies.  It was a unique and inspiring program that Beis Chana will long remember.