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Moscow Seniors Join Together to Exhibit Artwork

February 12, 2009 2:30 PM
Senior citizens in Moscow unveiled a new exhibit at the Shaarei Tsedek Charity Center, highlighting the work they’ve done as part of the center’s new artists society. Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Shaye Deitsch, who directs Shaarei Tsedek, said that the center focuses on underserved segments of society. The artists society was created so that “seniors can emerge from their loneliness and join in communal activities.”
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Community members peruse senior citizens’ holiday-themed artwork at the Shaarei Tsedek Charity Center in Moscow. Located next to the historic Marina Roscha synagogue, the center assists more than 15,000 people of all ages with medical services, clothing distributions, food aid and specialized activities.
Community members peruse senior citizens’ holiday-themed artwork at the Shaarei Tsedek Charity Center in Moscow. Located next to the historic Marina Roscha synagogue, the center assists more than 15,000 people of all ages with medical services, clothing distributions, food aid and specialized activities.

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