New South Florida Educational Center Breaks Ground
On Sunday, December 5, Chabad Chayil in Highland Lakes, FL, broke ground on a $12 million Educational Center. Director Rabbi Moshe Keivman says the center will provide desperately needed space for a popular afterschool program that doubles as a Hebrew school.
Made for Jewish children attending public school, the Community Hebrew Afterschool Program or “CHAP” has offered Jewish learning and buckets of fun for over 14 years. Now, with current space overflowing, the need for a state-of-the art center has never been greater.
At 38,000 square feet the design includes 16 classrooms, an indoor playground, a children’s library and a synagogue.
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