“It was great to be able to have a human connection this Chanukah even though it was socially distanced,” says Rachel Friedman, a law student at Brooklyn Law.
She added, “I normally spend Chanukah with family and friends, but because of Covid and the way finals were scheduled this year I was not able to. The Chanukah event let me spend at least part of the holiday with people instead of spending it alone in my apartment.”
This Chanukah, Chabad Lubavitch of Brooklyn Heights was working in overdrive with all sorts of programming that catered to the many genres of people that make up the community in Downtown Brooklyn. Although Corona quieted down many events, it did not affect the Chabad’s Chanukah festivities or Menorah Lighting events.
Chabad Lubavitch of Brooklyn Heights worked in overdrive with programming that catered to the many genres of people that make up the community in Downtown Brooklyn, including Cobble Hill and law students of the Tzedek Society.
By Sheli Atara Man
“It was great to be able to have […]
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