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There’s Snow Much Happening At Chabad

z9Cabin fever—what’s that? Throughout this white winter, Chabad of the Five Towns has continued presenting spiritual, social, and cultural programs for the community. Everyone boots up for daily minyanim and shiurim while also looking forward to special events.

Last Motzaei Shabbos, about 100 fun-seekers braved the snow to laugh, schmooze, and, of course, eat, with friends at Café Chabad’s Comedy Night with Randy Levin. Chairs Victor and Chana Braverman, Adam and Sarit Kramer, and Avi and Chava Popack helped plan a delicious and entertaining evening for all.

On Monday, February 10, Mrs. Rivka Caroline taught women how to go “From Frazzled to Focused.” Mrs. Shira Eisenberg hosted the event in her beautiful home. Thanks to Pesy Jacobs, Danielle Levitz, Yaffa Sebag, Shira Silberstein, Tamara Steinman, and Tziporrah Wechter for planning this beautiful and enlightening event.

Let’s hear it for the boys! On February 8, a special father–son melaveh malkah was held, which allowed boys to showcase talents as diverse as piano, ventriloquism, and more. Rabbi Meir Geisinsky hosted another fun evening that also included pizza, prizes, and games.

Not to be left out, the seniors have been enjoying their weekly gathering at Smile on Seniors. Coordinated by Shaina Zirkind, Michele Justic, and Lisa Pockriss, recent events have included crocheting with Marla Turk, canasta with Hannah Berman, healthy eating with nutritionist Rivka Breuer, and avoiding senior scams with Lenore Davis, PC. Many thanks to these experts and volunteers who give of their time and also to the incredible seniors who make sure that their lives do not pause for winter.

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