Thursday, December 29, 2005

Dreidels for Bowling Balls?

Daily Herald:

Bowl a perfect 300, then light the menorah.
That was kind of the concept Tuesday as members of Lubavitch Chabad of Naperville prepared to roll a few games while celebrating Hanukkah during a gathering at the Brunswick Zone.
For Rob Williamson of Naperville, going bowling during Hanukkah is just one more way Lubavitch Chabad proves that “when they say celebrate, they really mean it.”
Along with the menorah lighting and bowling matches, members said they planned to munch on latkes and jelly doughnuts.
Williamson said he learned about Lubavitch Chabad, an organization that teaches and supports “a traditional Jewish experience,” in 2002.
Through study groups and other gatherings, he said he found warmth...
....Goldstein said a big part of his mission is to reach out to Jews who are unaffiliated.
Within Judaism, Lubavitch Chabad has been called an Ultra-Orthodox movement.
Goldstein said he rejects that description.
“Labels are for pants and shorts,” he said....

posted by Y.W. Editor
at 10:54 AM

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

but do they study TORAH?????

12:43 PM  
Blogger Y.W. Editor said...

Tanya

4:53 PM  

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