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Chabad at Lake Tahoe is a warm Jewish Community where everyone is welcome regardless of background or affiliation. Our purpose is to create a welcoming environment to explore and experience our heritage and Judaism's warm and relevant spiritual inspirations. Our goal is to create a vibrant Jewish community in Lake Tahoe, bringing joyous and meaningful Judaism to the locals and Jewish visitors. We dream of building a Jewish Retreat Center, hosting summer & winter camps and seminars.
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