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Rabbi Levi and Frumie Charitonow have opened a new center in what was once a thriving Jewish community. They have set up Torah classes, and when it is safe to do so, will host Shabbat and holiday dinners and open a Chabad Hebrew School.

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  • Oliver Adriano von Sohsten

    Mazel Tov!

  • Roni Brown

    Mazel Tov.

  • Anabelle Natarus

    SHALOM

  • Daniel Wencel

    Great. We need more good people like you to change the world.

  • rick geiger

    Excellent!! Thank you!!

  • Deborah Schulman

    Mazel Tov! From a person who lived in Binghamton for 13 years! And went to undergrad and grad school there part of that time-back in the day when it was called SUNY Binghamton! Hope you’ll be able to have people for Shabbos soon and that the pandemic abates! Congrats!

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