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The Chaya Aydel Seminary is celebrating its tenth year. The school, in Hallandale Beach, Florida, is known around the world.
The intense program features twenty different teachers each week. The subjects range from in-depth chassidus to hands-on halacha, from educational psychology to teacher training. The seminary also features a unique opportunity to explore a wide selection of shlichus opportunities. These experiences include assisting in the organization of the Worlds’ Largest Chanukah Festival, the South Florida Lag B’omer Parade, Hebrew Homework Night in Florida for boys and girls, and weekly visits to nursing homes.
Principal Rabbi Yossy Lebovics points out that girls from over 20 countries have attended the Chaya Aydel Seminary. “The combination of an intense learning program, offered by the huge talent base of teachers in South Florida, and the interaction with the dynamic staff of Chabad of South Broward has contributed greatly to the success and popularity of our seminary.”
The seminary is named after the late Mrs Chaya Aydel Lebovics, a”h, a renowned and talented mechaneches from Montreal. Mrs. Lebovics was the mother of Rabbi Lebovics and older sister of Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, dean of the seminary and director of Chabad of South Broward.
About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.
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