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Go Green!

Yisrael Rutman

In the spring and summer, we see lots of green. We tend to take it for granted, however, since the grass and the leaves turn green every year at this time. So for that very reason, Jr. decided to take a better look at all this greenery.

 

Jr. Tales: Freedom to Choose

A true story, as told to Avigail Rabinowitz

Sent home from school. Me! Sent home from school! I’m not the troublemaker type, have never been a bully - if anything, the bully got sent home for picking on me. Yeah, okay, I have participated in a prank on a sub in my lifetime, but trust me, I felt guilty the whole time!

 

Zeidy Zakon

Rabbi Nachman Zakon

Join Zeidy on a trip to something old, new, and holy.

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