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Fifty Years
 Rabbi Shemtov Inspires Young Students 
In honor of Vov Tishrei, the 6th grade in the Cheder at the Ohel had a farbrengen with Rabbi Yisroel Shemtov. Rabbi Shemtov told the boys many inspiring stories about Ahavas Yisroel ■ more
    
 
Chana's Shlichus
 Shaarei Chinuch Directive of the Day 
CHINUCH HORAAH OF THE DAY: We find that what characterized Chana was her mesiras nefesh for her children: First of all, she was not consoled by anything and did everything possible to have a child - a Jewish child! Afterwards, she devoted herself to the chinuch of that child and sacrificed going to Mishkan Shilo in order to educate and raise her son properly ■ more
    
 
50 Years: Mother of Royalty
 Vov Tishrei: The Life of Rebbetzin Chana 
Photograph: Excerpt from JEM
Video of the Day: A look at the remarkable and heroic life of Rebbetzin Chana, Mother of Royalty ■ Despite her own shining personality, she would come to be identified affectionately by the gift she gave the world, with the simple title, 'The Rebbe's Mother ■ to the video 
    
 
Chabad at JHU
 What Happens Inside is what Counts 
Photograph: Jewish Times
It may be old, but the Chabad House at Johns Hopkins University is still going strong. Now in its 12th year, the Jewish center located on North Charles Street offers Shabbat dinners, High Holiday services and other enrichment activities to university students.“We are a 24/7 Chabad,” said director Rabbi Zev Gopin ■ more
    
 
Fifty Years
 Rebbetzin Chanah: A Photo Essay 

A Tribute to Rebbetzin Chana on the occasion of her fiftieth yohrtzeit: Shturem presents a photo gallery of Rebbetzin Chana; some of the photos are rare. Among the photos: Rebbetzin Chana and her sisters, Kabollas Ponim in Paris, the Rebbetzin attending chasenes, on Lag B'Omer ■ more

    
 
50 Years: Mother of Royalty
 Yoman Vov Tishrei: Rabbi Wolfs Moving Diary 
Erev Yom Kippur, 5735
Erev Yom Kippur, 5735 | Photograph: The Avner Institute
Yoman Vov Tishrei: At ten a.m., the Rebbe entered 770 for Shacharis. After the prayers began, the Rebbe kept looking to the side, as if waiting for someone or something. Rabbi Groner approached and spoke with him for a minute, then went to Rabbi Hodakov and then back to the Rebbe. As of now, no one knows what exactly is happening, but it seems as if something is wrong ■ more
    
 
50 Years
 Maariv in The Rebbe's House 
Photograph: Shturem
A small number of Anash and Tmimim davened Maariv last night in the Rebbe's home, in honor of Vov Tishrei, the 50th yohrtzeit of Rebbetzin Chana, Mother of Royalty ■ more
    
 
Attention Anash
 Shliach in Urgent Need of Our Tefillos 
Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz, a beloved California Shliach valiantly suffering from ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) was recently rushed to the emergency room for urgent medical care. Please say Tehillim and give tzedoko ■ more
    
 
What Did You Learn Today
 Shaarei Chinuch Directive of the Day 
Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: When a child returns home from school, we see this clearly, if the parents behave as they should, they immediately ask the natural question: What did you learn today? Meaning- what is new in your learning today compared to what you learned yesterday ■ more
    
 
Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Loss: Rabbi Pinchas Leibish Hertzel, OB"M 
With sadness we inform of the passing Sunday night of Rabbi Pinchas Leibish Hertzel, OB"M, in Yerushalayim. Rabbi Hertzel, a Mashpia and an elder of Anash in Eretz HaKodesh, is survived by his children, and grandchildren, many of them serving as Shluchim and Rabbonim ■ more
    
 
Increasing in Kedusha
 Shaarei Chinuch Directive of the Day 
Every educator instills into their student the awareness that a person grows, must become stronger, rises higher and higher, and does not stand in one place in his accomplishments. A proof can be brought from the physical body, which also grows ● more
    
 
Live Tonight
 MyLife: How Forgiveness Heals Wounds 
Join the MyLife Chassidus Applied live broadcast tonight for a special Aseres Yemei Teshuva and pre-Yom Kippur episode. Forgiveness – between man and man and between man and G-d – is one of the central components during the ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. An entire section in Shulchan Aruch in the laws of Erev Yom Kippur is dedicated to forgiving and asking for forgiveness ■ more
    
 
Rabbi & Mrs. Yaacov Leaf
 New Shluchim Enlist in The Rebbe's Army 
Rabbi Yaacov and Ita Leaf have traveled from remote villages of India to the jungles of Azerbaijan. When the Leafs settled in Montclair last July, they liked that the township was a melting pot of cultures.But despite the diversity, the couple noticed that Montclair was missing an essential part of Jewish life: a Chabad House ■ more
    
 
Shturem.org Wishes You
 K'siva v'Chasima Tova L'Shono Tova u'Mesuka 
The Shturem.org editorial staff wishes our readership, contributors, friends, Anash, and Yidden the world over a Ksiva v'Chasima Tova l'Shono u'Mesuka, with bountiful blessing from Hashem b'gashmius and Ruchnius ■ more
    
 
Nachlas Har Chabad
 Exciting Developments in Cheder 
Photograph: Dovi Gurewitz
The students of the Talmud Torah in Nachlas Har Chabad were greeted with two new innovations at the start of the school year, which will surely enhance their  Chassidishe education.  On Erev Rosh Hashana a huge video screen was set up in the lobby, and the children were drawn into the Tishrei atmosphere with the "Tishrei with The Rebbe" video ■ more
    
 
Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Loss: Mrs. Sorah Rivka Mendelzon, OB"M 
With sadness we inform our readers of the death of Mrs. Sorah Rivka Mendelzon, ob"m, of Lod. Mrs. Mendelzon was the devoted dorm mother to generations of Tmimim at Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim in Lod ■ The levaye will take place at 9:30 from Shikun Chabad Lod and at 11:00 from Shamgar Funeral Home in Yerushalayim. ■ more
    
 

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