Staff Member Sustains 2nd and 3rd Degree Burns

07/28/2009

fireplayA camper in camp Chayolei Hamelech (a.k.a Summer Recreation for Children Inc.) was playing with fire, when a staff member intervened (trying to take out the fire) and sustained second and third degree burns to his hand (his whole hand was burnt).

The staff member is currently in the city, he must see Dr. Rosen everyday to change his bandages.

(Source: Staff  members Grandfather)

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BREAKING NEWS: Murder At Chayolei Hamelech

07/17/2009

Murder At Chayolei Hamelech-LACKAWAXEN PA.

LACKAWAXEN TWP. –  Pennsylvania State Police at Blooming Grove have determined that a man found Wednesday night in Lackawaxen Township stabbed to death, is a victim of a homicide.

On Wednesday, July 15, 2009 at approximately 10:30 p.m. the body of an unidentified male was found in a cabin at Camp Chayoiel Hamelech, off Masthope Plank Road, Lackawaxen Twp., Pike Comity. The victim died from an apparent stab wound.

An autopsy was conducted Friday at Lehigh Valley Hospital and ruled a homicide, The victim is a 50 year old white male possibly of Eastern European descent.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information about this death is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police at (570) 226-5718.

Baroch Hashem none of our children were hurt!

CrownHeights.info Reports (click here)

UPDATE: Fatal stabbing investigation continues (click here)

UPDATE: Investigators Tight-lipped on Pike County Summer Camp Murder (click here)

UPDATE: 9-7-09: (Click Here)

UPDATE: 3-18-10: Camp Stabbing Victim Identified (Pike DA Declines Prosecution)

In the summer of 2001, there was a shooting in the camp, under Spritzers management…read all about it here…Shooting on campgrounds.

In the summer of 2002, when the camp was under Spritzers management, the caretakers house was burned to the ground by some of the other employees. They had gotten in to a fight with Spritzer over money and as a result burned the house down.

More stories to come (I have a feeling we are going to hear much more).

Exit Question: This happened two days ago (July 15, 2009), why are we only hearing about this now (for the first time  on, July 17, 2009)?

Camp legal name: Summer Recreation for Children Inc.


June 30, 2009, Chayolei Hamelech Leaving to Camp….ארור משיג גבול רעהו ואמר כל-העם אמן

07/07/2009

Photos and Comments by Chaim Hershkop

“Did your father send you to take pictures of the empty buses?”

(Folly Spritzer to the photographer, Chaim H.)

“My father didn’t send me, but you are correct in your assertion about the empty buses” (Chaim H.)

The truth be told, I did not expect this.  Baruch Hashem there are those that still take their Yiddishkeit/Jewishness/Religion/Shulchan Aruch/Torah serious.

I thought that all hope was lost, that people just don’t care anymore about whats right or wrong, left or right, and will just do what is good for them.

Seeing these photos and the photos on COL have strengthened my desire to push forward and continue spreading the truth with more vigor. I think it is safe to say that for the first time (when it come to this case of Machne Menachem), I was wrong. People do care!

For those that did go to this stolen property – regardless of all the facts relating to this case (knowing that this case is in middle of a Din Torah, knowing that there is a Ikkul from the Bais Din on Mr. Spritzer, knowing that your check  was and  will be used to do Mesira on other Jews. Click Here) – just to save a dollar.

To them I say… ארור משיג גבול רעהו ואמר כל-העם אמן

There is a G-d in this world keeping a calculation, to him it makes no difference if you steal a blade of grass or a million dollars, you may have saves a few pesos now, but you will pay much much more later.

UPDATE 8-24-09: To see pictures of This past summer in Chayolei Hamelech (a.k.a The Kings Soldiers), Click Here, Click Here, and Click Here (or just go to Chabad.info and search Chayolei Hamelech).

UPDATE 9-7-09: The Return, 8-24-09 (Click Here)

The pictures speak for themselves

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