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It gives me great pride and pleasure to introduce our first-ever Yeshiva Break Activity Guide, which comes on the heels of our first-ever pullout Sukkot Activity Guide. This activity guide, albeit a bit smaller than our Pesach and Sukkot ones due to the colder weather with fewer outdoor activities, is still chock-full of all kinds of info for families, children, teens and adults of all ages who are looking for great activities, fun places to visit, and all kinds of family entertainment to keep them busy over yeshiva break.

We also have a number of special feature articles in this guide, thanks to our guide editor, writer and contributor Zachary (Zack) Greenberg, who again came through for our paper in a very big way, as well as to our Production Editor/Marketing Director Jennifer Hoffer, and all of our editing team. In addition, a special shout-out to Zack Greenberg’s wife Ahuva for helping him out. I hope everyone has a wonderful yeshiva break!

Moshe Kinderlehrer
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