The Jewish community of Baltimore gathered on Lag B’omer for a lively parade and rally, featuring a marching band, floats, clowns, pesukim and more. Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan, head shliach of Maryland, was among the participants.
The Jewish community of Baltimore gathered on Lag B’omer for a lively parade, marching through the streets to the beat of their enthusiastic drummers. Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan, head shliach of Maryland, was among the participants.
The yeshiva bochurim prepared floats displaying mitzvos such as a giant mezuzah and tzedaka box. They brought lots of chayus with their singing and dancing clowns, and prepared a very exciting progam for the kids.
Local shluchim, schools, parents and families were in attendance.
The parade was followed by a rally and pesukim, with raffles and prizes for every child. The crowd then proceeded indoors for an entertaining science show.
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