Check This Out: Lakewood Cheder holds a drive-by Siddur Party [VIDEO]


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There are 8 Comments to "Check This Out: Lakewood Cheder holds a drive-by Siddur Party [VIDEO]"

  • A jew in Lakewood says:

    The cheder is the best school in Lakewood !!!!!

  • Y says:

    Such a nice gessture for the boys parents and grandparents ..Continue Nachas!

  • jj says:

    the lakewood cheder is awsome i love them great people

  • C.T says:

    “Mi K’Amcha Yisroel” !!
    What an incredible video – I cried as I watched…
    We keep persevering! Our love for Torah and for those that learn it, especially our Tinokos Shel Bais Raban and all the dedicated and devoted Rabbeim and Principals, knows no bounds!!!
    Rabbi Levin SHLITA – How lucky we are to have the Zchus of your care and devotion – May H-shem repay you for all your Mesirus Nefesh!

  • Lkwd mom says:

    i sure hope they dont do that for my daughters school – id prefer she have a beautiful ceremony in September with some songs etc. They are not using their own siddurim over the summer either way (they r usually stored for safe keeping at school)

  • LOMED says:

    it is heartwarming to see Rabbi Levin shlit”a

  • Chaim says:

    The Lakewood Cheder doing what they do best! Making the best of a situation! They are the best! So nice to see Rabbi Levin!

  • Eli says:

    BH, we are so grateful to HKBH, that the GEM Rabbi Levin, made such nice recovery, after being infected with this virus. “Hodu L’ashem Ki Tov Ki L’olam Chasdo”