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Marking two years of the Levi Yitzhak Library in Cedarhurst
Donovan Berthoud/Herald
Daniella Rubin thought hard about what she drew at the library's celebration.

Opened in memory of Levi Yitzhak Wolowik, the small but vibrant Cedarhurst library that bears his name celebrated its two-year anniversary with a day of activities, festivities and workshops on Dec. 2.

The son of Rabbi Schneur and Chanie Wolowik, Levi was a prolific reader, who would have been having his bar mitzvah this year. To mark his memory, the library included activities for children that incorporated the 13 mitzvos or good deeds.

Containing a vast array of books for children, teens and adults, the library focuses on programming with Jewish content and is used as a resource for community residents.


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