All built from scratch, 10 beautifully-designed sukkahs with attractive banners on 10 pick-up trucks were packed with Daled minim, guides and food, were prepared at the Ohel to assist many shluchim and their communities in Long Island and Queens with Mivzta Lulov.
The sukka mobiles drove to apartment buildings, storefronts, public schools and college campuses – bringing thousands of Jewish people the message of sukkos and its mitzvos.
The Sukkah Mobiles continued every evening to Simchas Beis Hashoavos with dancing by many Shluchim, bringing warmth and joy to their local Jewish communities.
The mivtza ended with a parade on the last night of Chol Hamoed where all ten Sukkah mobiles paraded down main highways, streets and boulevards to show the world what the Rebbe accomplishes.
Special thanks to Rabbi Abba Refson of Ohel Chabad Lubavitch for giving us the ability to make this Mivtza Sukkos a success story.
Thanks to Mendy Hecht, Yossel Druk , and Shmuel Glitzinstein for spending days and nights organizing this Mivtzah and making it a great success.
Thanks to all the bochurim who helped out with building the sukkos and being part of spreading the message of sukkos to the all of Long Island and Queens.