Announcement: Rav Schachter Shabbos in Flatbush

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UPDATE: Cancelled due to illness

Cong. Nachlas Yehoshua-Montastrich is pleased to host
Rav Hershel Schachter
this Shabbos, Parashiyos Behar-Bechukosai

Shabbos night:
9:30 pm – Oneg Shabbos
Hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Yechiel Zagelbaum, 1082 E. 26th St. (bet. J & K)

Shabbos day:
4:30pm – Pirkei Avos
6:15pm – Special Pre-Shavuos Shiur
8:10pm – Shalosh Seudos

In the shul, 1301 E. 27th St. (corner Ave. M) in Flatbush

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  1. center for the jewish future outreach?

  2. Keep your eyes open for cancellations…

  3. it is our hope that Rov feels ok and will make it

  4. Joel Rich asked:

    “center for the jewish future outreach?”

    Since when is CJF considered essential or necessary for a RIETS RY to speak at any shul?

  5. “Steve Brizel on May 16, 2012 at 6:18 pm
    Joel Rich asked:

    “center for the jewish future outreach?”

    Since when is CJF considered essential or necessary for a RIETS RY to speak at any shul?”

    Certainly RHS has been a major speaking attraction for decades-he certainly doesn’t need the CJF.

  6. tongue in cheek

  7. Due to the Rav’s condition he will not be coming in for Shabbos

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