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New Chabad Center Opens To Serve Overlooked Segment

South Broward, FL

Chabad's slogan, "No Jew Left Behind," is gaining new currency with its recent investment of resources to a senior segment of the Jewish population, most recently with the opening of Chabad's Jewish Senior Center in South Broward.

A cultural and social services outfit, the Jewish Senior Center, under the directorship of Rabbi Moshe Kieveman is run by Chabad Chayil of Highland Lakes.

Geriatric professionals and volunteers will be on hand to service the seniors, and the center will involve them in a colorful offering of yiddish classes, health seminars, and nutritional programs. All of which, says Chabad of South Broward's executive director Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, will help this population thrive and become engaged in Jewish life.  

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