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Chabad of Buckhurst Hill Celebrates Five Years

Friday, 30 July, 2010 - 10:40 am

IMG_0111.JPGChabad of Buckhurst Hill celebrated 5 years of service to the wider West Essex Jewish communitywith a special Canapé Appreciation Evening for over 50 close friends and supporters.
 
Rabbi Odom and Henny Brandman, directors of the centre, which was started in Buckhurst Hill 5 years ago in the front room of their rented home, felt that this was a fitting tribute to the dedication and support of their partners who help keep the centre and all of its activities running and growing.
 
Paul Groman-Marks spoke of the success so far but more importantly, the exciting times to come as there are further plans for development as the community continues to grow.
 
Simeon Osen spoke of the unique warmth he felt the community offered where Judaism was meaningful, fun and relevant.
 
Rabbi Brandman spoke of the special friendships and supporter base they had built up, without which their holy work was not possible and sustainable. All funds are raised locally and the community supported a wide range of activities that touched many lives.
 
Presentations were made to Neil and Alison Cohen, in recognition of the countless events and kiddushim they had helped cater for the Shul, to Paul Benham-Whyte for his services to the security of the Shul and for always being happy to lend a helping hand and to Paul and Martine Groman-Marks for their constant support.

 

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