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Rabbi Pinny and Gitty Andrusier moved from New York to open Chabad of Southwest Broward in March of 1992. In addition to their thriving Chabad house, they are renowned for their large scale community programs and events. Their exquisite High Holiday program which always takes place at a five star resort, annually attracts more than 700 participants where they offer meaningful services, celebrated cantors, internationally renowned speakers, and gourmet dining. Rabbi Pinny is also famous for organizing large scale events such as his annual Jewish Heritage Night with the Miami Heat and the other local sports teams.Chabad SWB is also recognized as the leading organization, always at the forefront of community outreach and providing essential services, especially in times of crisis and need. For instance, during the latest pandemic Chabad SWB provided more than 3,000 meals to the needy and homebound. Chabad SWB also has initiated many other campaigns to help those in need regardless of race or religion.Some of the other services Chabad offers include: Daily, weekly and holiday services, Hebrew school for young boys and girls, Friendship Circle for children with special needs, Sunshine Circle for seniors, and C-Teen. Chabad also offers many educational programs, classes and seminars including accredited course as a member of the acclaimed Jewish Learning Institute. With the exciting purchase of the beautiful new 6.5 acre campus, Chabad's programs and services only promise to grow exponentially and will gives us the ability to initiate many new ones. Some of those plans include: a vocational school, pre-school, summer camp, senior daycare, C-Teen lounge, Friendship Circle center and a retreat to host special occasions, family Simchas and community getaways.
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