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The Charlotte Jewish News - June-July 2014 - Page 12 Liberty Shabbaton at Ohr HaTorah dongregation Ol^rMaT orah (1 project o/Lubdvitch of North Caro/ttici On Friday, July 11, Congrega tion Ohr HaTorah will host a spe cial Friday Night Shabbaton dinner. The theme of the Shabba ton is Liberty as we celebrate our independence and thank God for the freedom we enjoy in our coun try which encourages religious freedom and allows us to practice our Judaism with pride. Today, more than ever, we rec ognize that freedom cannot be taken for granted and that we cherish our liberty and freedom to practice our Judaism unimpeded. We, the people of the United States and especially Jews in this country, thrive as religious free dom is enjoyed by all of us. This freedom is still elusive to many people in other parts of the world. By Divine Providence we live in this great coun try, most of us by the sac rifices that our parents, grandparents, or great- grandparents made to ar rive at these blessed shores. But it was not easy and much was lost in life and pos session in order to reach our goal of freedom and prosperity. So, it’s not by coincidence that this happy and celebratory Shab baton falls on the Shabbat before the 17 th day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz when we usher in the three weeks of mourning. It is during these three weeks that we lament the destruction of Jerusalem of old. This Shabbat serves as a day of hope and yearning: hope for a bet ter future and yearning to return to our promised land and to see the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. This year’s Liberty Shabbaton WORK WITH A LEADER IN CHARLOTTE REAL ESTATE ^bove,, 'Xrowd!™ mm: Executive Realty 704-926-2544 office 704-975-8500 cell www.LepowRealtors. com i 0 Steve r Lepow LEADING TH E WAY TO YOUR SUCCESS HoHkkk ®ACURA CHARLOTTE 16 Years Serving the Greater Charlotte Area Please contact me for all of your automotive needs. DAVID ROSENBAUM 704-563-7800 6824 E Independence Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28227 is dedicated to honor the Lubav- itcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, whose 20th Yahrtzeit anniversary falls on 3 Tammuz which corresponds to July 1. The Rebbe, whose insight in Torah erudition was legendary, is considered one of the foremost re ligious leaders of our time. The Rebbe touched the lives of count less individuals and continues to live on through his visionary teachings, and in the work of his emissaries whom he charged with bringing the light of Judaism to every comer of the globe. There will be a buzz in the global Jewish community as many will be commemorating this event in a meaningful and uplift ing way. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin is releasing a new book, Rebbe - The Life and Teachings of Men achem M. Schneerson, the Most Influential Rabbi in Modem His tory. The famed Talmudic scholar. Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, is penning a book called My Rebbe. The Shabbaton is open to the entire Jewish community. Partici pants will enjoy a delicious home- cooked, American style Shabbat meal, and participate in special entertaining activities during which we will learn how to appre ciate and value this God-given freedom. Services will begin at 6619 Sardis Road at 7 PM, fol lowed by dinner and activities. The cost to participate is $54 per family or $20 per single. To reg ister, go to or send a check to 6619 Sardis Road, Charlotte, NC 28270. For more information, please call 704-366- 3984. « Chabad Ballantyne Hebrew School — A Recap of the School Year I A Ballantyne JEWISH CENTER Your rk’idhbi'nhotiu Ceflfic-un'n chabadhebrew school Samantha Femia, Michelle Berglass, Shannon Levkovitz, and Fdarel Ziv enjoy challah baking Dean Levkovitz and Andrew Pries act out the Purim Story Faith Swartz and Kayla Enav work hard on a Judaica woodworking project Hannah Gold enjoys Matzah Ball soup during our Seder Carnival Alana Schusterman, Daria Lapidot-Boaz, Jayme Dinkin, Marissa Osansky, and Rachel Cohen act out the purim story Eli Goldberg shows off his fruit flower that he made during Israel Day

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