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Chabad House of Peachtree City will open for Jewish studies soon

Chabad House of Peachtree City became a reality earlier this month when the family of Rabbi Yossi and Rebetzin Shternie Lew became the newest residents of Peachtree City, closing the sale of their new home.

The Lews physically expect to move within the next three weeks or so. All new programs will commence around that time.

Chabad House of Peachtree City is at 219 Kelvington Way in the Maple Shade neighborhood under the big water tank north of the Kedron Village Shopping Center.

The Bet Midrash (place of study) will be located on the garden level of the home and studies will commence in approximately three weeks.

Information on all upcoming events, High Holy Days announcements, Hebrew school, Torah study, and all adult education sessions will be available on the new website: www.chabadsouthside.com/.

To reach Lew and his wife, go to the website and click on “contact us.” They are both available to disucss all Jewish needs.

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