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Donor Saves Mikvah’s Day

Right when construction was about to be halted at new Mikvah Mei Chaya Mushka of Crown Heights, a surprise donor pulled through, donating $50,000 and then another $100,000. Full Story

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Location
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Location

Were is it going to be located?

Reb Moshe Pinson
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Reb Moshe Pinson

Just as Nisim have got yout his far IYH farther till completion!!!

NF

very grateful
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very grateful

for this new mikva. Our community desperately needs it.

neighbor
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neighbor

its on lefferts and troy. its quite hard not to know with all the banging you get to wake up to at 7 in the morning

Everyone will come here instead :)
Guest
Everyone will come here instead :)
the Hudson - Ian Schrager
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the Hudson - Ian Schrager

Nice architecture!

Wow!
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Wow!

I will give at least the $1,000 u suggested. I hope to be able to give even more.
Great job rabbi pinson

To anonimous
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To anonimous

THANK YOU. MAY YOU HAVE LOTS OF BLESSINGS AND JOY.

to #4
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to #4

the banging could be for much worse things. mazal tov!!

Sruly C
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Sruly C

I think the current Mikvah should get their act together, or they will have to close down when this one openes, cause who will want to go to the current one the way it’s ran now.

Great Job!!
Guest
Great Job!!

We are so desperate for more mikvaos in crown heights,, but did anyone else notice that there will be EIGHT preparation rooms? What is EIGHT preparation rooms?? We need so much more than that,, I guess the next mikvah should be built closer to Nostrand,,, and needs to be in the planning stages already!

THANKS FOR THE INCREDIBLE WORK>
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THANKS FOR THE INCREDIBLE WORK>

if the building will look on the outside like the pic above it will attract attention since it’s not bricks like the rest of buildings nearby. i think such a place should not be the focus of attention- it has to blend with what’s around-TZNIUSDIK- maybee add a long awning at the entrance and exit to conceal a little the pp that come and go.

Yossi and Idii Stern
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Yossi and Idii Stern

We are so moved by Rabbi Pinson and the wonderful volunteer woRk by Maggie Rogatsky, that in honor of our daughter Brocha upcoming marriage we pledge the first of many checks for $1000.00

Humbled and proud, and by the way, keep banging!

Yossi & Idii Stern

The Plex
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The Plex

Too bad they didn’t have the foresight for a new mikvah when they planned the Plex on Nostrand 🙂

to Sruly C
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to Sruly C

Dudes should not be commenting on things that are not their inyonim or knowledge
the current one is run quite fine
go take a dip on Kingston Ave please

will this be for the regular folk?
Guest
will this be for the regular folk?

Is there parking at that location? I wouldn’t want to walk from 2 blocks away at night in that area and will the regular “poor” person feel comfortable or will this only be for the “rich” of crown heights?

Beautiful!
Guest
Beautiful!

So excited for this new Mikvah!
Kol hakavod Moshe Pinson for taking on this huge responsibilty.
Its true that 8 rooms is not alot but it will definitely be a huge help and hopefully will motivate someone else to build a third mikvah- CH can definitely use 3 mikvahs!!

finally!!
Guest
finally!!

its about time ppl IN crown heights donate for a mikvah!! Shluchim around the world and Brazil like you mention, are tired of giving millions of bucks for every CH project….

To Donate by check.
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To Donate by check.

Make Checks payable to:Mei Chaya Mushka Mikvah INC
and mail or drop off
383 Kingston Ave Suite 228 Brooklyn, NY 11213

amazing
Guest
amazing

so excited. Its about time something changed in this neighbourhood. The community is growing and we have a million new shuls opening to keep up with the growing demand, and a host of new men’s mikvahs but still only ONE womens’ mikvah. Its a disgrace.
We should all support tis wondeful project!!

competition is a good thing
Guest
competition is a good thing

The CH mikva was recently renovated and is beautiful!There is a new phone appt. system. I still choose to go there because the Rebbe used it, and it’s better than ever.

to #18
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to #18

There is nothing wrong with out of towners contributing to all Crown Heights institutions. They benefit at some point of the mikvaos, the schools, the organizations

Bubby
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Bubby

B.h. That exppantion is on. But quantity is needed rather than luxury.why 2boros when more rooms could use that space?
Also people think only of writing sefer toras for niftorim when a womens’ mikva talkes priority! They should give to mikva
Building.

to # 22
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to # 22

contributing is one thing.. if it would only be that way I’de agree with you as well.

Bar Seichel
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Bar Seichel

Raise money by selling life-time memberships. Ridiculous that CH’ers shouldn’t be paying this themselves.

to # 18
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to # 18

Is that a joke? CH people house and feed guests from all over the world and get theri doors knopcked on for $ for every moissad in the world. People from the world are tired of giving $ to CH?

It’s a good thing you’re just some hot air balloon and not the appointed spokesperson for worldwide humanity.

Bracha
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Bracha

Is that what it,s going to look like? Hiding the nextdoor house? The crown heights mikva on union street is very beautiful, freindly kind mikva ladies, all ,supplies plentiful. The only lack is ROOMS. May this mikva get doone fast ,be an inspiration to build more and more,,,

Pinchos Woolstone
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Pinchos Woolstone

Who is the Rav HaMachshir.

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