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Renowned Chazzan, Choir At Chabad/South Broward Selichos

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

A unique “tripleheader” of inspiration and talent were present in Hallandale Beach, on Selichos night, September 8. At 11 p.m., 770 Mashpia Reb Shlomo Zarchi lead the traditional farbrengen that customarily precedes Selichos. At 1:15 a.m., Rabbi Yossy Lebovics, principal of the Chaya Aydel Seminary, lead the Selichos service accompanied by Sholom, Mendel and Dovid of the Lebovics Boys Choir.

Mashpia Reb Shlomo Zarchi (left) and chazzan Rabbi Yossy Lebovics (right).

For over a decade men, women and children from Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties have flocked to Chabad of South Broward to hear the inspiring Selichos service conducted by the talented chassidishe chazzan Yossy Lebovics. The pre-Selichos farbrengen by Reb Shlome Zarchi, and the Lebovics Boys Choir added to this year’s service.

Chabad of South Broward is located at 1295 East Hallandale Beach Blvd, one mile west of the ocean. For all High Holiday Information, log on to Chabadsouthbroward.com; to order the Jewish Art Calendar and/or the South Broward Chabad Community Guide, e-mail LTChabad@gmail.com.

Florida Seminary Celebrates Decade of Training Future Shluchos

Monday, December 5th, 2011

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.

For more information about the Chaya Aydel Seminary, please log on to chayaaydelsem.com , call 954-826-7979, or e-mail chayaaydelseminary.com. Registration for the 2012-2013 school year has begun.

Reform Rabbi, Students Visit Chabad of South Broward

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

The rabbi of Hollywood, Florida’s original Reform temple, along with a high school teacher and a group of students, recently visited Chabad of South Broward. They were intrigued and inspired by their hour-long visit.

 

The first stop was a tour of the three mikvehs. Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus explained to the group how a mikveh is built and when it is used. The girls then davened in the women’s section, assisted by students of the Chaya Aydel Seminary. The seminary, now in its ninth year, has a yeshiva program each Wednesday night. The seminary students invited the girls from the temple to join them for their study program.

 

Students at study program

 

The group then assembled in a classroom and Rabbi Tennenhaus spoke to them about chassidus. The students asked many questions and expressed their gratitude for an hour that was both informative and inspiring.

 

Rabbi Tennenhaus has spoken many times in Hollywood and South Broward’s Reform and Conservative congregations, exclusively in their classrooms and social halls. The uniqueness of this particular visit was that learning about chassidus and the chassidic lifestyle was actually part of the temple’s curriculum.

 

For more information about the Chaya Aydel Seminary, please call 954-826-7979.

Israeli Chief Rabbi Visits Girls Seminary

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

The Chief Rabbi of Israel, the Rishon L’Tzion,Rabbi Shlomo Amar, visited the Chaya Aydel Seminary in Hallandale Beach, on Thursday, January 21. Rabbi Amar spoke about the seminary year and blessed the students and teachers. 

 

The rabbi also visited the new Mei Menachem-Mikvah Israel, and toured the Elana Leah Women’s Mikvah, the Yoseph Mordechai Men’s Mikvah, and the Kelim Mikvah. 

 

All these facilities were built to be accessible to the physically challenged community. After the tours of the mikvaos, the chief rabbi visited the Chai Tots Preschool, and blessed the 70 children and 15 teachers of the school.

 

Rabbi Yosef Galamidi, who hosted the rabbi’s five-day visit to Florida, escorted Rabbi Amar. Rabbi Galamidi is the spiritual leader of the Safra Synagogue in Turnberry. Rabbi Yossy Lebovics, principal of the Chaya Aydel Seminary, accompanied Rabbi Amar and translated for him.

 

For more information about the Chaya Aydel Seminary, call Rabbi Yossy Lebovics at 954-746-5533, or 954-826-7979.

Three Mikvaot To Open For Physically Challenged In South Florida

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

   Three mikvaot for the physically challenged will open on Sunday, September 6, in Hallandale, Florida.  It is the first mikveh project of this nature in Florida.  The endeavor provides special ramps, prep rooms, and hydraulic lifts that will make the mikveh experience pleasant and dignified for a significant segment of South Florida’s Jewish population.

 

 Interior of beautiful mikveh

 

  “Until now, people with disabilities either endured extreme hardships when using a mikveh, or stopped fulfilling this ancient mitzvah due to the inconvenience and humiliation,” said Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, Chabad’s executive vice president, who spearheaded this project several years ago.

 

   The mikveh dedications will take place at the 28th Annual Dinner of Chabad of South Broward, at the headquarters of Chabad of South Broward, located at 1295 E Hallandale Beach Blvd.  Chabad of South Broward is home to Congregation Levi Yitzchok- Lubavitch, Broward’s first Chabad Synagogue, the Hallandale Hebrew School, the Chai Tots Preschool, the Chaya Aydel Seminary, the summer-and-winter Camp Gan Israel, and the Kollel for Businessmen and Professionals.

 

     The general mikveh project will be named, “Mei Menachem-Mikveh Israel,” dedicated in honor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M Schneerson, and in memory of Rabbi Yisroel Tennenhaus, brother of Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, who passed away earlier this year.

 

    The women’s mikveh, “The Elana Leah Women’s Mikveh,” is being dedicated in honor of the complete and speedy recovery of Elana Kasle, a student of the Chaya Aydel Seminary, who was seriously injured on December 23, 2007, by a car on Hallandale Beach Blvd. She still needs everyone’s prayers. Her full name is Elana Leah bas Shaindel Rochel.

 

    The men’s mikveh will be named “The Yoseph Mordechai Men’s Mikveh.” It is being dedicated in memory of Reb Yoseph Fellig, father of Rebbetzin Goldie Tennenhaus.

 

    For more information please call 954-458-1877, email chabadsb@bellsouth.net or log on to Chabadsouthbroward.com.

Three Mikvaot To Open For Physically Challenged In South Florida

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

   Three mikvaot for the physically challenged will open on Sunday, September 6, in Hallandale, Florida.  It is the first mikveh project of this nature in Florida.  The endeavor provides special ramps, prep rooms, and hydraulic lifts that will make the mikveh experience pleasant and dignified for a significant segment of South Florida’s Jewish population.

 


 Interior of beautiful mikveh

 

  “Until now, people with disabilities either endured extreme hardships when using a mikveh, or stopped fulfilling this ancient mitzvah due to the inconvenience and humiliation,” said Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, Chabad’s executive vice president, who spearheaded this project several years ago.

 

   The mikveh dedications will take place at the 28th Annual Dinner of Chabad of South Broward, at the headquarters of Chabad of South Broward, located at 1295 E Hallandale Beach Blvd.  Chabad of South Broward is home to Congregation Levi Yitzchok- Lubavitch, Broward’s first Chabad Synagogue, the Hallandale Hebrew School, the Chai Tots Preschool, the Chaya Aydel Seminary, the summer-and-winter Camp Gan Israel, and the Kollel for Businessmen and Professionals.

 

     The general mikveh project will be named, “Mei Menachem-Mikveh Israel,” dedicated in honor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M Schneerson, and in memory of Rabbi Yisroel Tennenhaus, brother of Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, who passed away earlier this year.

 

    The women’s mikveh, “The Elana Leah Women’s Mikveh,” is being dedicated in honor of the complete and speedy recovery of Elana Kasle, a student of the Chaya Aydel Seminary, who was seriously injured on December 23, 2007, by a car on Hallandale Beach Blvd. She still needs everyone’s prayers. Her full name is Elana Leah bas Shaindel Rochel.

 

    The men’s mikveh will be named “The Yoseph Mordechai Men’s Mikveh.” It is being dedicated in memory of Reb Yoseph Fellig, father of Rebbetzin Goldie Tennenhaus.

 

    For more information please call 954-458-1877, email chabadsb@bellsouth.net or log on to Chabadsouthbroward.com.

Chaya Aydel Seminary To Offer Teachers’ Licenses

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

         The Chaya Aydel Seminary in Hallandale Beach, Florida is renowned for its excellence in higher Jewish education and community outreach. The institution is proud to announce that it has just been accredited to offer teaching licenses to its student body. Licenses will be offered to students enrolled in this year’s program, as well as those who enroll in the future.
 
         Working in partnership with the Central Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE), the seminary, which attracts girls from all over the world, will offer optional courses that will provide enough credits for the students to receive a nationally and globally recognized Jewish Teachers License.
 
         “The Teachers License, in addition to attesting that the students have reached a level of academic excellence, represents the ability of Chaya Aydel graduates to receive higher pay and benefits in Jewish schools throughout the world,” said Rabbi Yossi Lebovics, third generation educator par excellence and principal of the Chaya Aydel Seminary.
 
         Mrs. Rochelle Baltuch, Assistant Executive Director of School and Teacher Services, of the Orloff CAJE of Broward County adds, “We, at the Orloff Central Agency for Jewish Education, are excited and look forward to partnering with the Chaya Aydel Seminary to assist their students in obtaining Early Childhood and Judaica/Hebrew Language Teacher Licenses in conjunction with the National Board of License.”
 

         Potential seminary students for the 2008/2009 school year will be interviewed during the Chaf Bais Shevat weekend, between January 25 and January 29. To arrange an interview, please call 954-746-5533 or e-mail chayaaydelseminary@gmail.com.

Chaya Aydel Seminary To Offer Teachers’ Licenses

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008


         The Chaya Aydel Seminary in Hallandale Beach, Florida is renowned for its excellence in higher Jewish education and community outreach. The institution is proud to announce that it has just been accredited to offer teaching licenses to its student body. Licenses will be offered to students enrolled in this year’s program, as well as those who enroll in the future.

 

         Working in partnership with the Central Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE), the seminary, which attracts girls from all over the world, will offer optional courses that will provide enough credits for the students to receive a nationally and globally recognized Jewish Teachers License.

 

         “The Teachers License, in addition to attesting that the students have reached a level of academic excellence, represents the ability of Chaya Aydel graduates to receive higher pay and benefits in Jewish schools throughout the world,” said Rabbi Yossi Lebovics, third generation educator par excellence and principal of the Chaya Aydel Seminary.

 

         Mrs. Rochelle Baltuch, Assistant Executive Director of School and Teacher Services, of the Orloff CAJE of Broward County adds, “We, at the Orloff Central Agency for Jewish Education, are excited and look forward to partnering with the Chaya Aydel Seminary to assist their students in obtaining Early Childhood and Judaica/Hebrew Language Teacher Licenses in conjunction with the National Board of License.”

 

         Potential seminary students for the 2008/2009 school year will be interviewed during the Chaf Bais Shevat weekend, between January 25 and January 29. To arrange an interview, please call 954-746-5533 or e-mail chayaaydelseminary@gmail.com.

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