Chabad officially moves into new, historic home


DELMAR — More than 200 people attended the ribbon-cutting and dedication of the new Bethlehem Chabad building, the historic Adams House, built in 1838 by town founder Nathanial Adams. Celebrants enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and dessert, live music, master illusionist Chris Wheel and children’s activities, including a bounce house. “It was wonderful to see the community...

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