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200 People Eat In New Chabad House Sukkah


Historic Shul of the Lakes

Historic Shul of the Lakes

Chabad of Northeast Hollywood/Shul of the Lakes recently purchased a beautiful two-story building. The structure, originally built in the early 1920s, has been registered by the city of Hollywood as a historic building.

The organization has been in existence for seven years and many new faces are coming to the new location. The month of Tishrei was jam packed with activities. Over 120 children participated in the services. The center is directed by Rabbi and Mrs. Mendy and Endi Tennenhaus, who also run the Chai Tots Preschool in Hallandale Beach, and Camp Gan Israel of South Broward.

A gift toward this new Chabad House was given by Mr. And Mrs. Moises Tabacinic, with the generous assistance of Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky and the Sam Goldberg Trust. Chabad is now raising funds to remodel the building.

For more information, log on to shulofthelakes.com or call 954-687-7225. For information about Camp Gan Israel in South Broward, log on to campganisraelsb.com, and for Chai Tots Preschool information, log on to chaitotsflorida.com.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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