Wilshire Boulevard Temple's religious school reopened with a celebration of Sukkot, which included Rabbi David Eshel leading the socially-distanced Lulav Shuffle dance!
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We’re throwing it back to opening day of @wbtreligiousschool this past Sunday, because who wouldn’t want to learn the Lulav Shuffle from our very own @rabbidavid37? There is no better way to celebrate Sukkot than by shakin that Lulav! To learn more about our amazing religious school program, make sure to follow their account or head to our link in bio. #lulavshuffle
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