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Posted: Wednesday, September 6, 2017 11:48 am

The CTeen club at Chabad of the East Valley kicked off a new year of events by sending a meaningful message to the Jewish community.

Spurred by recent anti-Semitic vandalism in the Valley, the teens decided to make some graffiti of their own — graffiti full of inspiring messages, said Rabbi Tzvi Rimler, youth director of Chabad of the East Valley.

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