Cambria Heights

Remembering The Rebbe’s Yahrtzeit

07/03/2009
Staff Writer
There was a sea in landlocked Cambria Heights on Sunday. A sea of kvitlach. In the open space in front of the gravestone of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, rebbe of the Chabad-Lubavitch chasidic movement, his followers left small hand-written notes asking for health, a child, a shidduch or other needs from the heart. The notes were in Hebrew, English, Russian and a smattering of other languages.

Remembering The Rebbe’s Yahrtzeit

07/01/2009
Staff Writer
There was a sea in landlocked Cambria Heights on Sunday. A sea of kvitlach. In the open space in front of the gravestone of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, rebbe of the Chabad-Lubavitch chasidic movement, his followers left small hand-written notes asking for health, a child, a shidduch or other needs from the heart. The notes were in Hebrew, English, Russian and a smattering of other languages.
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