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Honoring the legacy of MLK Jr.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Stamford ReSurfers traveled to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center in Long Beach, N.Y. to participate in a day of chesed. The Stamford delegation included several students from Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Upper School, who worked alongside dozens of community center members and local Jewish teens, to repair and restore 40 donated bicycles that were then gifted to local children in need. The teens – Doug Herman, Juliet Lewis, Ella Hoffman, and Avi Wiederhorn – also participated in an assembly honoring the legacy of the late Rev. Dr. King. Resurf/NCSY is a national teen-based chesed organization, with  a New England chapter based in Stamford.

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