Sukka Built At the U.S. Army’s Oldest Active Proving Ground



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    Sukka Built At the U.S. Army’s Oldest Active Proving Ground

    For the 5th year, a Sukka was built at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The Sukka was available for use by the Jewish members of APG throughout the days of Chol Hamoed Full Story, Photos

    For the 5th year, thanks to the efforts of Baltimore Shliach Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, director of the Jewish Uniformed Service Association of Maryland-Chabad (JUSA), a Sukka was built at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The Sukka was located in the courtyard of the main Chapel and was available for use by the Jewish members of APG throughout the days of Chol Hamoed.

    JUSA hosted a Sukka Party on the first day of Chol Hamoed that was attended by soldiers and employees of APG, where they had a chance to do the Mitzvah of Lulav and Estrog and make a Brocha in the Sukka. JUSA would like to thank Chaplain (LTC) Joshua Metz, Installation Garrison Chaplain and his office for all their help and assistance.

    JUSA-Chabad is expanding its efforts! They are under contract for a new Chabad House that will include a Veteran and Law Enforcement Lounge. This first of its kind Chabad House will be home to many services and initiatives for our brave men and women in uniform.

    You can be part of history by partnering with us at, www.JewishUSAMD.org/BuildingCampaign

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