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Chabad House and the Friendship Circle are getting a new home! Follow the renovations here.
'Light of Shabbat' Project
Help us bring the light of Shabbat into Jewish homes by delivering Shabbat Kits filled with homemade Challah, Chicken Soup & other items. Get involved!
Camp Gan Israel
Summer 2015 Dates:
June 22 - July 17, 2015
Register by April 20th for Early Bird Discount!
Early + After Care Available
Men's Tefillin Club
Join the guys on Sunday Mornings to wrap Tefillin and enjoy bagels & coffee. No experience necessary. Sundays 9:15 AM at Chabad House.
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