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Free Computer Classes

Do you want to improve your computer literacy skills? Last month,  the JCC of Marine Park offered a series of free courses for beginners in  Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. Participants brought laptops to the classes, which were held at The Bridge MultiCultural Projects on Flatbush Avenue. The JCC will be offering similar PC literacy computer courses free of charge during the coming year. This is a great opportunity to learn valuable computer skills that can improve your value as an employee or employer. To find out when the next classes will be scheduled and to register for them, please email info@jccmp.org. The JCC of Marine Park is an affiliate of the Met Council.

Rav Dovid Feinstein Inaugurates Sefer Torah in Memory of Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz

A special sefer Torah will be written in memory of Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz, z”l, who devoted his life to founding and running ArtScroll/Mesorah Press, which opened up classic works of Torah to the English-speaking Jewish community. Rabbi Dovid Feinstein, continuing in the path of his illustrious father as Rosh Yeshivah of  Mesivta Tifereth Jerusalem yeshivah in the Lower East Side, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Yosie Bistritzky in Flatbush to help inaugurate the sefer Torah in memory of his dear talmid and friend Rabbi Zlotowitz, z”l. The proceeds will benefit the Rosh Yeshivah’s mosdos.

Double Torah Celebration for Khal

Toldos Yehudah D’Talmidei Stitchin

The community witnessed a double celebration on Sunday, September 8,  when many came out to participate in the chanukas habayis of the new beautiful beis medrash building in Boro Park for Khal Toldos Yehudah D’Talmidei Stitchin. Topping the dedication ceremony was the completion of a beautiful new sefer Torah written in honor this joyous occasion by the Rebbe.

The Klal Mourns the Petirah of

Rabbi Reuven Scheiner,zt”l

The entire Jewish world, and in particular the Brooklyn and Torah Vodaath world, mourned the recent petirah of Rabbi Reuven Scheiner, who first came to the yeshivah as a pre-bar mitzvah student more than 75 years ago when the school was still located in Williamsburg. His connection to the makon Torah never ceased. After his marriage, he studied in the kollel at Beis Medrash Elyon and in the early 1960’s was appointed maggid shiur in Mesivta Torah Vodaath where he taught thousands of talmidim for more than a half century. After his retirement he joined the Torah Vodaath kollel and continued to inspire others by his devoted dedication towards learning Torah. May his memory continue to serve as a blessing for his many students and his family that continue in his derecho haTorah.

Thousands attending the funeral of a 19-year-old IDF soldier who was

stabbed to death. The hunt for the attacker continues.(U/D Photo)

U.S. casino tycoon and famed Jewish philanthropist Sheldon Adelson

visits the prestigious Ponevezh Yeshiva in Bnei Brak.

Congratulations to Midwood‘s own Judge Steven

(Shlomo) Mostofsky on receiving the nomination for Supreme

Court at the Democratic Judicial Convention. L-R: Councilman

Kalman Yeger, Judge Shlomo Mostofsky, King’s County Democratic

Chair Frank Seddio; David Schwartz, Democratic district leader of

the 48th Assembly district; and Assemblymen Simcha Eichenstein.

Rabbi Yisrael Greenberg, director of Chabad of El Paso visits a local

hospital and prays with some of the injured victims of August’s Walmart

massacre, which left 22 dead and over 30 injured.

In statement against hate, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier

visited the home of Chief Rabbi of Berlin, Rabbi Yehudah Teichtal, a week after

he was attacked by anti-Semites as he walked home from synagogue services.

Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel speaking at an asifa to safeguard

yeshivah education – “This is the most serious challenge we have

ever faced, one designed to destroy a mesorah of chinuch that has

been in place for generations.”

Free computer courses given by the JCC at Ohel, courtesy of

Councilmen Allan Maisel and Chaim Dueutsch.

Interior Minister Aryeh Deri awards Israeli residency to a Palestinian

family who was threatened with death after helping Israeli kids, who

witnessed their father being shot to death by terrorists in 2016.

At the JCCMP blood drive on July 31.

At the JCON Expo on July  9.

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