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Shas Chabura Launches Successful Study Program Nationwide

When you walk into your shul, yeshiva or beis medrash this week, you may find a goldmine waiting for you in the form of a new, free pamphlet being distributed by Shas Chabura. The artfully produced booklets, describing the merit and satisfaction achieved through the program’s review and retention method, are being distributed in select locations nationwide. The campaign is intended to introduce the highly regarded program to people who appreciate Torah study, but are frustrated by difficulty in retaining what they learn, or are overwhelmed by a blatt Gemara due to its complexity or a lack of basic concepts.

According to one devotee of the program, who is related to a prominent executive at the Queens Jewish Link, “The program is phenomenal… My learning, reviewing and remembering what I learned has taken on astounding dimensions and provides enormous satisfaction and an earnest sense of accomplishment… Like the siyum I made on Mishnayos.”

Shas Chabura was founded by its major proponent, Rabbi Sender Dolgin of Lakewood, New Jersey.

The pamphlet was written and compiled by Rabbi Shlomo Alexander Pollack, rosh yeshiva of Beis Medrash Cheilek Levi, in Lakewood, New Jersey, and contains a wealth of helpful information, inspiration and insight into the benefits of this approach to Torah study.

The compact pamphlets are being placed in attractive holders in locations in Queens, Five Towns/Far Rockaway, Baltimore, Lakewood, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto and Montreal, and are free of charge.

For more information on the program, or to order a free Talmudo B’yado learning diary/schedule booklet, contact [email protected] or call: 732-447-4201. If you are looking for clarity in your learning, to, as they put it, learn… review… remember…, pick up a pamphlet when you see it in your shul, yeshiva or beis medrash.

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