Andrusier’s Shake Lulav

Kinigsberg boys find a jew in the bank

Kroker Family doing Mivtzoim in and around the community

Eli did mivtzoim on both the firat and second day of yomtov. He said both brachos with everyone and then taught them the directions of where to shake the lulav and esrog. He did a beautiful job!

Glazer Family Travels to Wisconsin for Mevtzoim

Nati Glazer got up very early in the morning so he could travel from Iowa all the way to the University of Wisconsin – a 2.5 hour trip each way – where he met the shluchims children and together they shook lulav with 61 people on campus. It was very beautiful and moving. We are very proud of our Chayol Nati Glazer who marched to do the Rebbes mevtzoim.

Mivtzoyim with the Lulav and Esrog

Kids went to do mitzvoyim. They did great. It was yom tov no pics.

Zolti brothers Mivtzoyim

Zalman and his father walked home from shul and stopped almost everyone to ask if they were Jewish

We shook with Jewish guy in the vespa motorcycle shop

Zalman and his father walked home from shul and stopped almost everyone to ask if they were Jewish

We shook with Jewish guy in the vespa motorcycle shop

Barouk boys help man shake Lulav and put in his first Mezuzah!

When Motti notices that Bob’s door didn’t have a mezuzah (after he helped Bon shake he Lulav for the first time in years), he offered to get one from his own home. And when Bob agreed to put it up, Motti ran home to get his extra Mezuzah, brought it right back to Bob, and made him repeat the Bracha (which he knew by heart!).