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Center For Living Judaism Breaks Ground

By , SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

Salt Lake City’s Jewish community joins Chabad Rabbi Benny Zippel in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Center for Living Judaism in Utah. At $3m, the project, once completed, will include an expandable sanctuary, social hall, lecture room, kosher catering facilities, offices, a rooftop garden, Hebrew School classrooms, a kindergarten and preschool, lounge, library, camp grounds, and a ritual bath.

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