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Camps Rally In 770 in honor of Tu B’Av

Yesterday, Wednesday, at two o’clock in the afternoon, campers from day camps in the Tri State Area gathered in 770 for a special rally in honor of Tu B’Av. The kids said the twelve Pesukim, watched an an interesting acrobatic show and more! R. Shimon Hecht was the MC.

More picture in the Extended Article!

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#1 Comment By vivi On August 10, 2006 @ 11:43 pm

loooooooooooooovely.

#2 Comment By zelig On August 11, 2006 @ 12:46 am

B"H
What a rally! Such chayus! What Chassidishe nachas for our Melech!
We on the hit-line in Eretz Yisroel felt the kinderlach of Tzivois Hashem’s koich to overcome all wew are going thru and get to the grand Finale with Moshiach!
Just one comment about using the word TU beAv- Rabbi sz Lefvifker to;ld over a birthday Yechidus where the Rebbe didn’t answer him when he said Tu BeAv-untill he figured out that he should have said: Chamisha Osor" and then the Rebbe answered/
Moshiach Now
Thank you to Tzivois Hashem and Rabbi Shimon Hecht

#3 Comment By Shocked On August 10, 2006 @ 11:59 pm

I realise that it was the 15th of Av, but it is really such an issue to have a Mechitzah? Especially in 770!

#4 Comment By RBA On August 11, 2006 @ 9:43 am

To shocked:
Please get over it and worry about the more important issues in life, like the threat to our existance by the islamo-facists and jihadists rather than the possibility of a boy and girl glancing at each other.
In Lakewood now there are stores with different hours for men and women. Israel has neighberhoods with different buses for men and women.
Hey – why dont we have different cities for men and women isn’t that a great idea ??!!
Please get over the phobia of boys and girls being in the same place together, and if you are worried about anything, worry about preparing your family for the real threat to our nation with the next 9/11 style attack which is hppenig now in Israel and is coming to the US a lot sooner than people would wish.

#5 Comment By thrilled, def. not shocked! On August 11, 2006 @ 8:32 am

you don’t need a mechitzah for KIDS to say pesukim and watch an acrobat!!!

#6 Comment By To Shocked On August 11, 2006 @ 10:57 am

When the Rebbe came down to speak to the children at such rallies, there was a mechitza only for Mincha, and it was taken down right afterward.

#7 Comment By Eliezer On August 11, 2006 @ 3:19 am

its nice to see some kosher, and even chasidishe entertainment! (thats decent too!)

#8 Comment By Bnos Menachem Counselor! On August 11, 2006 @ 12:14 pm

My campers are in the pictures! that sooo cute…..
GOOD JOB TECHIE!
Mechitza business…is way over normal convo…get over it crowd…

#9 Comment By GET OVER IT! On August 11, 2006 @ 4:21 pm

TO SHOCKED: ALL THAT WAS SAID ABOVE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED BECAUSE THERE ARE MUCH BIGGER ISSUES IN THE WORLD SO CHILL! AND IS THE REBBE DIDNT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH IT EITHER SHOULD U! AND REMEMBER THEY ARE JUST KIDS!

ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS WOW SUCH UNITY! IT IS SO NICE TO SEE!

#10 Comment By Shocked On August 11, 2006 @ 8:05 pm

I’m so sorry. I was under the impression that we tried to be as religious as possible.

#11 Comment By Bnos Menachem Counselor On August 12, 2006 @ 9:33 pm

With little kids trying to have a rally?!
They made it separated. It just wasn’t a mechitza. I was there. No one did anything…There is nothing to discuss…It was a beautiful rally. And, thats it.

#12 Comment By calm down On August 13, 2006 @ 12:20 am

Apparently shocked had no idea that the at the rallies before Gimel Tammuz there were no mechitza’s. I think it was a beatifull rally and a very concerned nice thought that shocked had. We are Lubavitch and we should always go above the norm.

#13 Comment By please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On August 13, 2006 @ 5:30 am

OHHHHHHHHHHH PLEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEE!!!

#14 Comment By Shocked On August 13, 2006 @ 10:50 am

ahh, some kind words from calm down. Joy! Yes, I had no idea, and like all younger people, I’d say that there’s a slight difference between having the Rebbe there and no Mechitzah and not having the Rebbe there (b’gashmius). Vdai Lemavin

#15 Comment By dunno On August 14, 2006 @ 10:24 am

ye wtvr i think it was nice

#16 Comment By really shocked On August 14, 2006 @ 1:08 am

Although it is not completely clear, it seems that some of the people arguing over the need for a mechitza between little kids would have to be seperated by a mechitza in real life.
Could you boys and girls cut it out and stop having discussions with members of the opposite gender in forums?