Kingston Community Pours Boros for Brand New Mikvah

The vibrant community of Kingston, PA, marked a milestone today at the pouring of the boros for the new state-of-the-art Mikvah Tahara. Rabbonim and community members came to celebrate the occasion.

The vibrant community of Kingston, PA, marked a significant milestone today as they gathered to pour the boros of their brand-new Mikvah Tahara. The event was met with an outpouring of support from community members who showed up to commemorate this auspicious occasion.

The state-of-the-art Mikvah Tahara is being built under the hashgacha and directives of Harav Yirmiya Katz, a respected halachic authority in mikvaos. Harav Katz was involved in every detail of the structure and planning of the mikvah.

Among the esteemed guests present was Harav Gedalia Oberlander, the rov of Beis Moshe, whose guidance has been invaluable throughout the project. Also in attendance was Rabbi Pollak of Lakewood NJ, a renowned expert in Mikvah construction, whose expertise ensured that the Mikvah Tahara meets the highest standards. Representing Mikvah USA, a leading organization dedicated to promoting Mikvah observance across the country, was R’ Shia Hershkowitz who offered their congratulations and support to the Kingston community.

At the forefront of the project was R’ Elozor Raichik, whose tireless efforts and dedication were instrumental in bringing the vision of the new Mikvah Tahara to fruition. R’ Raichik, alongside a dedicated team of volunteers, worked tirelessly in the weeks leading up to the pour, ensuring that every detail was meticulously planned and executed to perfection.

As the community comes together to celebrate this milestone, they also look towards the future with optimism and anticipation. The new Mikvah Tahara will serve as a beacon of holiness and purity, enriching the lives of all who come to immerse themselves in its waters.

To support this important initiative and contribute to the ongoing success of the Kingston community, donations can be made here. Your generosity will help ensure that the Mikvah Tahara continues to serve as a vital cornerstone of Jewish life in Kingston for generations to come.

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