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Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County

Sara Miriam Gross

It wasn't difficult to take notes when we spoke with the young volunteers of Tomche Shabbos — nearly every one of them used the exact same word: Fun! Where’s all this fun happening and what’s it all about? Jr. got the inside story….

 

The Missing Puzzle Piece

Rachel Stein

Sitting at the dining room table doing her homework, Chavie glanced up when the front door flew open. “You look like you’re about to burst,” she told her younger sister, who practically danced through the room. “That’s because this is the best day in my entire life,” Hudis replied, her face glowing with excitement.

 

Jr. Record Breakers

Rochel Burstyn

Welcome back to the Jr. Record Breakers contest, where we celebrate anything great, big, small, funny, or unusual — whether it’s a collection, a deed, a goal met, or anything else you can think of! Today we’re meeting Moshe Freidman of Yerushalayim, with his amazing amount of mishnayos learned by heart, and a class of bookworms in Flatbush who were particularly inspired by Jr.’s Record Breakers column



 
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Calling a Tail a Leg
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman It is not quite “an opportunity to use lifeboats”
Playing Defense
Baruch S. Fertel, MD, MPA, FACEP Trust your doctor. But only believe in Hashem
What Are You Playing Tonight?
Riki Goldstein "Hits are determined by the klal, not by producers"
The First Door to Open
Riki Goldstein “I would have taken that job for literally any price”
Leap of Faith
Faigy Peritzman The type of bitachon that’s expected of us
The Violent Child
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Ignore a child’s explosive temper? Not necessarily
Oasis in Time All’s Good at Shalosh Seudos
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz At Shalosh Seudos, our focus is on yichud with Hashem
Dear Kallah Teacher
Anonymous I wish I'd been told this wasn't normal