Elliot Katzovitz

Chairman of the Board, LA Community Eruv

Chairman of the Board, LA Community Eruv

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There are all sorts of prohibitions against working on Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, including pushing a stroller or wheelchair, or carrying a baby or a cane.

West LA’s Orthodox Jewish Eruv

There are all sorts of prohibitions against working on Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, including pushing a stroller or wheelchair, or carrying a baby or a cane.

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