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. . . and in Lithuania


With no full-time rabbi in Vilnius‘s neighboring cities of Kaunas (Kovno) and Klaipeda, Chabad of Vilnius with help from students of Beis Menachem Jewish Day School, built sukkahs for the local Jews there. More than 120 turned out in Klaipeda, and 200 in Kaunas to celebrate and participate in the joy and observances of Sukkot.


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