Shluchim in Orange County and Long Beach gathered for an uplifting melave malka in honor of Hakhel at the newly acquired Chabad Center in Laguna Niguel.
Shluchim in Orange County and Long Beach gathered for an uplifting melave malka in honor of Hakhel at the newly acquired Chabad Center in Laguna Niguel. This is the first of a series of programs to strengthen the bond between them this year.
Rabbi Mendy Paltiel welcome the Shluchim. He recalled the amazing series of events that made it possible to purchase the facility. Rabbi Binyomin Fajnland who organized the melava malka, spoke about the importance of Hahkel.
Today there are 18 Chabad Mosdos in Orange County and Long Beach and 33 Shluchim. This includes the mother institution the Hebrew Academy, 15 community Chabad Centers, and two Campus Centers.
The new 12,000-square-foot building is will be redeveloped in the near future.
The Melava Malka was dedicated l’refua shleima for the Shlucha Henya bas Brocho Devorah Leah.
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