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Celebrating Sukkot at Daughters of Israel

Etan Hindin, director of spiritual care, explaining the significance of the four species to residents in the sukkah.

Etan Hindin, director of spiritual care, explaining the significance of the four species to residents in the sukkah.

Daughters of Israel residents enjoyed an action-packed Sukkot holiday, with lunch in the sukkah catered by Rye Deli, located in Springfield; a live concert with Liav Merlin of Livingston; and a pre-holiday guitar sing-along with Etan Hindin, director of spiritual care, and Rabbi Richard Kirsch. Residents also received a set of the arba minim (four species), which consist of the etrog (citron), lulav (date palm), hadass (myrtle) and aravah (willow), which are tied together and waved during the Sukkot holiday.

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