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A Peek Inside Yeshiva of Rochester

In the far reaches of upstate New York lies a hidden gem of a yeshiva.

Yeshiva of Rochester, formally known as Talmudical Institute of Upstate New York, was founded in 1974 by Rabbi Menachem Davidowitz and Rabbi Dovid Harris, as the first external affiliate branch of Chofetz Chaim.

Today, the yeshiva boasts a Yeshiva Ketana, Mesivta, Beis Medrash and Kollel.

In this wholesome atmosphere, talmidim learn with hasmada, developing into quality, dedicated bnei Torah.

The yeshiva is hosting an exciting Shabbos in Monsey for interested bochurim, this upcoming Shabbos Parshas Bo, January 23rd.

Anyone interested in learning more about the yeshiva is welcome, and may call Rabbi Polatoff at 570.561.8693 or visit the yeshiva website at

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