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Posted: Friday, August 10, 2012 12:00 am

Rabbi Zvi Holland, dean of the Phoenix Community Kollel, is moving to Baltimore with his family to accept a position with Star-K Kosher Supervision.

"It was through Rabbi Holland's visionary and dedicated leadership that Phoenix is the thriving and highly desirable maikom Torah (a place of Torah) it is today, and our community has only seen tremendous growth through his involvement," wrote kollel interim executive board members David Friedman, Morris Friedman and Jeffrey Becker in a July 31 email sent to community members.

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