The three Mikvaos Mei Menachem under construction in Hallandale Beach are being built at a rapid pace, and should be completed, G-d willing, in time for the Jewish New Year 5769. With hydraulic lifts for the physically challenged, the mikvaos will cater to hundreds of people, including individuals who could not perform this mitzvah before due to the lack of a facility that addressed their special needs. Both the women and men’s mikvaos will have all the necessary features to accomplish the task.
Executive Vice President of Chabad of South Broward, Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, is amazed at the quick progress of the mikvaos construction. The Hallandale area has evolved from what once was a community for seniors to a younger neighborhood. The facility has become a necessity.
These are the first mikvaos to be built in Hallandale Beach and the first men’s mikveh in South Broward. The mikvaos will be located at the headquarters of Chabad of South Broward, 1295 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard. The center also houses Congregation Levi Yitzchok-Lubavitch, the Chaya Aydel Seminary, the ChaiTots Preschool, the Hallandale Hebrew School and the kollel for businessmen and professionals.