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  • A Hebrew School the Kids LoveEnroll now for 2020-2021! Chabad of Cary offers a friendly & stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots, while building a true sense of Jewish pride. Come observe a live session and see for yourself why we're the fastest growing Hebrew School in town! Details here.
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