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Our Accomplishments

Our Accomplishments



First Living Legacy Shofar Factory• Held our first Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services• First Sukkot Family Celebration• First Public Menorah Lighting Ceremony at The Falls • Adult Education Classes begin


Opening of storefront location • Opening of Chabad Hebrew School Shabbat Services begin • First Living Legacy Olive Press Chanukkah Workshop • Daily Morning Services begin • Started Weekly Torah Class • Celebrated First Torah Dedication • Printing of First Art Calendar • Printing of Holiday Brochures • First Living Legacy Model Matzah Bakery
1997 Started Camp Gan Israel • Started sending Torah Fax • Rabbi Harlig is appointed Jewish Chaplain of Prison • First Annual Women's Luncheon Women's Programs begin • Started having Shabbatons and Friday night dinners
1998 First Bat Mitzvah Club Monthly women's events begin • Contract for new Chabad facility is signed • Rented additional space at the storefront location • First "Chanukkah on Wheels" community celebration
1999 Zoning and purchase of property • First printing of holiday guides • Began series of Family Workshops in Hebrew School • Daily morning Torah class begins
2000 First Chai Five Youth Club is established • First annual dinner • Obtained permits for the new facility • Torah via e-mail is started
2001 First Bar Mitzvah Club is established • Chabad website goes up • Renovations of the new Chabad facility begin
2002 GRAND OPENING and dedication of the Lester & Hilda Greenstein Chabad Center • First SPA for The Soul for women
2003 Building the Sholem Epelbaum new classrooms. Establish Friendship Circle
2004 Purchase of a next door property • First Mommy & Me  classes • A new Torah is dedicated
2005 JLI


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Where children learn and love their Judaism!

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Friendship Circle

Giving friendship to children with special needs