On Sunday evening, December 11, Let’s Get Real With Coach Menachem featured a virtual lecture with Rabbi Moshe Rotberg, world famous therapist. Coach Menachem shared in his introduction that finding a good therapist is like a shidduch. It takes time. The client has to see where he is, what he is looking for, and if it is working.

Sometimes you hear someone speak and it changes your whole perspective and helps you see what is really important. Chazaq’s Tuesday Torah Talks always hosts fascinating guests interviewed by Rabbi Yaniv Meirov, CEO of Chazaq. This past Tuesday night, December 27, Rabbi Meirov interviewed Rabbi Asaf Haimoff, rav of Beis Midrash Efrat in Brooklyn, and the result was a powerful life changing message for all of us.

On Sunday afternoon, December 18, Hatzolah of Queens and Great Neck celebrated the donation of a new Hatzolah ambulance, Q902, to join its fleet. The new bus will be housed at the Yeshiva of Central Queens in the existing area that has long been dedicated for Hatzolah’s usage. To celebrate this occasion, a large group of community leaders, elected officials, and community members surrounded the new Hatzolah ambulance on 78th Drive, just off of 138th Street, for a splendid induction ceremony in front of the home of esteemed philanthropists Bernie and Chaya Shafran.

It was with great anticipation that the entire Queens community awaited the 38th annual Erna Lindenfeld Hachnosas Kallah Tea. After two years of celebrating the annual tea on Zoom, everyone was thrilled to meet together in person at the Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills on Monday evening, December 5. The tea has been a Queens hallmark event for decades, providing our community and beyond with the opportunity to give tz’dakah to an incredibly worthy cause while enjoying incredible entertainment.