By Sharon Aron Baron
Lubavitch Hebrew Academy welcomed a Holocaust Survivor and Veterans to meet with students on Veterans Day.
While schools across the nation close for Veterans Day, Lubavitch Hebrew Academy in Margate remained open to teach students a valuable lesson about showing their thanks and appreciation to those who have served our country.
Students met with Veterans and could ask questions and learn about their service at the event.
Founded in 1985, the private k-8 school is now a 32,500 square feet facility, including a 5,000-square-foot state-of-the-art gymnasium. To find out more about Lubavitch Hebrew Academy, visit www.HebrewAcademy.org.
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