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Congregation Beth Hagivot to close after Yom Kippur

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Posted: Wednesday, September 12, 2018 9:26 am

With a heavy heart, Sandy Borken, vice president of Congregation Beth Hagivot, is preparing to close his place of worship after 14 years. This Yom Kippur will be the congregation’s last before Beth Hagivot shutters its doors on Oct. 12.

“We are very, very sad to have to do this, but it’s just become a necessary reality,” Borken said. “The main reason is a lack of attendance, and the second is financial.”

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