Shluchim Rabbi Mendel and Nechama Danow, who moved on Shlichus to Pensacola, Florida, 11 months ago to establish a new Jewish community, have signed this week on the purchase of a new building.
Standing at 4,500 square feet, the beautiful vintage building in the heart of Pensacola “will be able to properly cater to the various needs of Chabad,” Rabbi Danow told COLlive.
The new building will have ample space for Chabad holiday programs, children’s programs, classes and events. Attendance at Chabad of Pensacola’s events have grown steadily in the past few months, leading to their needing a larger space. The building boasts a beautiful entry lobby, a spacious kitchen and a large hall to hold all types of events.
The new center is readily accessible on a main road, and has a parking lot alongside the building to accommodate the many visitors.
The purchase of the over half a million dollar building was made possible by the generosity of Mr. Morris Tabacinic and through the help of Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice chairman of Merkos Leinyonei Chinuch.
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