On Monday, a special ceremony was held to mark the end of a yeshiva for bein hazmanim that was set up in the memory of Avraham Nachum Dor, a young Chabad boy who was tragically killed in a road accident this Tishrei.
The yeshiva, in the new shul in the Dekel neighborhood of Beitar, opened after the boy lost his life and it arranged many activities in his memory.
Every day of what remained of bein hazmanim, around 25 bochurim, local residents who study in yeshiva ketana and yeshiva gedolah, attended shiurim in Chassidus, nigleh, and halacha.
The shiurim were given by Rabbi Baruch Lifschitz, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Roth, Rabbi Meir Elituv, Rabbi Shlomo Litzman, and Rabbi Tzvi Weiss.
Each day, there was a Chassidus shiur before davening, and after Shacharis the bochurim ate breakfast. This was followed by Seder Nigleh and a shiur in halacha that went on until the afternoon. In the afternoon, there was an additional two-hour shiur on halacha and aggadah.
Today, the concluding ceremony was attended by Rabbi Michael Dor, father of Avraham Nachum, who gave everyone present a sefer on Birchas Hanehanin as a special gift.
The breakfast and the gift were sponsored by Rabbi Dovi Halperin and the refreshments were donated by Yehuda Kaplan, manager of the Yaaleh bakery in Beitar.
(SOURCE & PHOTO: COL.ORG.IL)