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. . . and For Those Who Couldn’t Come . . .


For those who couldn’t make out to the fairgrounds–like the elderly and the bed-bound at the Merwick Nursing Home in Princeton, NJ, Chabad brought the festivities directly to them.

Residents were especially delighted by junior “Rabbi” Dubov, who followed his father’s lead and took the time to share with them and invite them to join him in the fulfillment of the mitzvah of lulav.


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