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A New Home for Children in Eastern Europe

February 18, 2008
The Jewish community of Krivoy Rog, Ukraine, celebrated the grand opening of a new dormitory geared to children from impoverished families. The appropriately named Planet of Childhood facility, which is being run by the city’s Or Avner Chabad Day School, will house 12 children studying at the school.
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The new residents of the Planet of Childhood home for children of impoverished families in Krivoy Rog, Ukraine, pose for a picture with the staff of the city’s Or Avner Chabad Day School, which administers the facility. The 12 children will take classes at the school, which celebrated the new wing’s grand opening last week. Community member Mikhail Marmer made the project possible.
The new residents of the Planet of Childhood home for children of impoverished families in Krivoy Rog, Ukraine, pose for a picture with the staff of the city’s Or Avner Chabad Day School, which administers the facility. The 12 children will take classes at the school, which celebrated the new wing’s grand opening last week. Community member Mikhail Marmer made the project possible.

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