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Some happy news

Sara Litman whose father and brother were murdered right before her wedding last year had a baby girl on Yom Kippur!

mazal tov! - link to article

Replies : 12  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: lech lecha08 Thu, Oct 13 2016, 6:05 pm

Arlington Hotel Proves Most Attractive Mainstay In NH

From summer to Sukkos to 365:

Arlington Hotel Proves Most Attractive Mainstay In New Hampshire

Bethlehem, New Hampshire

Following a remarkable inaugural summer season, Arlington Hotel is gearing up for a spectacular, all-inclusive Sukkos program for the entire family. While taking a world-class hospitality experience and customizing it for travelers from kosher communities is no easy feat, Arlington has shown it succeeds at doing just that.

Summer was booked solid. Individuals, families and businesspeople struck by wanderlust got to discover the majesty of New Hampshire, its glorious White Mountains, and impressive range of adventures. Arlington Hotel, located at 30 Arlington Street in Bethlehem, sits at the heart of it all, crowning the local geography like a torch on a peak.

Some of Arlington’s finest amenities were already in-serviced for the opening season. But as staff likes to say, “Being new means the best is yet to come.” So for the yom tov and winter seasons, all amenities will be open to all travelers. These include a 24/7 tearoom, indoor pool and Jacuzzi, full spa and massage parlor, nail and beauty salon, luxurious courtyard and lobby, decked out conference rooms, recreational rooms, free Wi-Fi, shul and kosher mikvah, Birch bistro with Arlington’s famed pastry chefs, and a full juice and cocktail bar.

All this primes Arlington to welcome families who want to spend 9 unforgettable days with friends and loved ones. Two 9-day luxurious package options are available, and the special program planned is sure to create a lifetime of memories.

All 50 boutique suites are open for the holiday. Guests will be indulged in the most luxurious kosher hospitality experience, and complement Arlington’s renowned 5-star cuisine with sides of epic entertainment. Highlights include performances by Nachman Bergman, “The Rap’n Rebbe”, who is joining the weeklong program, a heart-stopping show by master illusionist David Blatt on Thursday night, and a number of surprise acts.

Families will enjoy delicious takeaway lunchboxes so they could explore all of New Hampshire’s stunning local attractions without wanting for food. Professional babysitting and day camp programs will also be provided. Reservations are now open for the full yom tov as well as for the second days.

As Arlington continues to set the standard for kosher luxury in the hospitality industry, a shift in the market is to be expected. Kosher travelers will soon have more premium experiences to choose from, and Arlington intends to lead the kosher boutique category.

Now also readying a wonderful all-year program schedule, Arlington is ready to serve travelers from all origins to the finest kosher destination in the United States.

For Sukkos reservations and more information inquire at 603-869-7777 or arlingtonhotelnh.com

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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Thu, Oct 13 2016, 11:33 am

Please daven

My friend's brother is having complicated surgery tomorrow. If all goes well recover will be 2 weeks in the hospital. If you can please try to have in mind tomorrow, his name is Menachem Mendel ben Yehudis.
Thank you, may we only share good news

Replies : 1  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Mon, Oct 10 2016, 9:49 pm

7th day 7 Sassoon Children

Today is the 7th day of Aseres Yimei Teshuva.

Maybe we can do something special for it as a Zechus for ourselves for the Yom Hadin, and for the 7 precious Sassoon children.

Women/Girls, you can join thousands from around the world in a FREE weekly email learning initiative. You will receive short summarized lessons based on the book Daughters of Dignity.

A Zechus for the 7 Sassoon children, and yourself and Klal Yisrael!

To Join, simply email: 7diamondsweekly@gmail.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line.

Gmar Chasimah Tova!

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: BasMelech Sun, Oct 09 2016, 1:39 pm

Tehillim for kidney transplant- 9/29/16

My father-in-law is undergoing a kidney transplant right now (9/29/16, 9AM, EST). Please keep both him and his donor in your prayers today. May they both have a refuah sheleima.

Avraham ben Toibe Gittel and Rivka bas Esther.

Replies : 3  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Ima2NYM_LTR Thu, Sep 29 2016, 8:50 am

Accepting names for davening for all reasons

lchozer beteshuvah
refuah shleimah
shalom bayis
any reason
just post the name (plony bas/ben plony)
ill pass it on to my tehillim groups here in israel
or any one going to daven at kevarim

u can email me at energee41@gmail.com
if u personally want to send the name over

please I ask for updates on the name
so we can can know about the yeshuah!

hashem ozer!

thank you:)

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: energee41@gmail Mon, Sep 26 2016, 3:06 am

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