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February 12, 2016  RSS feed
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Local rebbetzins attend world conference in NY


Rebbetzin Chaya Korf of St. Petersburg, second from left, with her mother and sisters, at the recent Chabad Lubavitch conference. (L-R) Mother Nechama Kantor of Brooklyn; Korf, Yona Posner of Skokie, IL and Chana Scheinberger of Coral Springs. Rebbetzin Chaya Korf of St. Petersburg, second from left, with her mother and sisters, at the recent Chabad Lubavitch conference. (L-R) Mother Nechama Kantor of Brooklyn; Korf, Yona Posner of Skokie, IL and Chana Scheinberger of Coral Springs. Some 3,000 women from 87 countries recently attended the International Conference of Shluchos (female emissaries) at Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters in Brooklyn. Local representatives included Rebbetzins Chaya Korf of the Chabad Jewish Center of St. Petersburg, Chanie Adler of Chabad Palm Harbor, Dina Eber of Chabad of West Pasco and Miriam Hodakov of Chabad Clearwater.

The women explored relevant issues and learned from professionals and colleagues with years of experience. Among the topics that covered the gamut of their concerns: raising a large family, mental health, events marketing, understanding troubled relationships, fundraising and inclusion. There were also separate sessions for Hebrew school and preschool directors as well as programs directed at various demographic communities such as college campuses.

Besides the lectures and workshops, the women had opportunity to spend time with others from so many disparate countries and cultures who are part of the worldwide Chabad Lubavitch network.


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