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Moscow Center Highlights Elderly Residents’ Artwork

October 21, 2009 10:15 AM
The central Jewish social welfare center in Moscow unveiled three art exhibits featuring work by elderly clients who, among its other activities, take part in the Shaarei Tzedek center’s occupational therapy program. According to Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Shaye Deitsch, Shaarei Tzedek’s director, one exhibit featured drawings of New Year’s greeting cards by residents of the Marina Roscha neighborhood, while another focused on the use of clay models and dolls.
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Staff members of the Shaarei Tzedek social welfare center welcome a group of visiting girls from Moscow’s Bnot Menachem school. The third grouping exhibited the work of one artist, who is among the 15,000 people who benefit daily from Shaarei Tzedek’s financial, food and medical assistance projects.
Staff members of the Shaarei Tzedek social welfare center welcome a group of visiting girls from Moscow’s Bnot Menachem school. The third grouping exhibited the work of one artist, who is among the 15,000 people who benefit daily from Shaarei Tzedek’s financial, food and medical assistance projects.

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Anonymous Usa December 31, 2016

My dream... No judgement I heart art therapy. Reply