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Slideshow: New Aron Kodesh for Yeshiva High School of the Twin Cities, MN

Construction of a brand new Aron Kodesh was recently completed at the Yeshiva High School of the Twin Cities, MN. The Aron was graciously donated by Mr. & Mrs. Boris Tsvetovat & his family in memory of his parents.

To view the slideshow of the progress of the construction click the Extended Article!

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8 Comments To "Slideshow: New Aron Kodesh for Yeshiva High School of the Twin Cities, MN"

#1 Comment By Alumni On January 26, 2007 @ 7:18 am

Mazel Tov! Hatzlacha Raba!

#2 Comment By Paroches On January 26, 2007 @ 1:30 pm

Needs a Paroches.

#3 Comment By The Bochurim of My Yeshiva On January 26, 2007 @ 3:11 pm

Yes, Thank you!

The Paroches is coming soon…

#4 Comment By A friend of the yeshiva On January 26, 2007 @ 4:46 pm

Paroches: Why don’t you sponsor the Paroches??!!

#5 Comment By former landsman On January 27, 2007 @ 7:01 pm

Interesting and unusual aron. Were the doors (and wood) sponsored by Plywood Minnesota / Rudy Boschwitz?

#6 Comment By shocked On January 28, 2007 @ 12:05 am

why do thy have door that rep a cross, aka “tzaylum”. dont people know that these type of 6 pannel doors were designed to depict a cross from the internal framing of the door . Ie the lines bet, the pannels!!!!!

#7 Comment By yitzi cole On January 28, 2007 @ 3:07 am

mazal tov guys , continue to grow and expand and have all the brachos to grow bigger and better

#8 Comment By yml On January 28, 2007 @ 2:10 am

I also didn’t know that that’s why 6 panel doors are made like that, so I’m not surprised that they didn’t know it, however, now that it’s been brought to their attention, and one can very obviously see the cross there, I’m sure the yeshiva will make the appropriate changes. (We had the same situation in our home, with a very expensive door, and we made them take it back and remake the door. They “surprised” us and put a mogen Dovid on instead, which we also would not have ordered.) There’s a Jewish expression “a gest far a vail, zet oif a mile.” Sometimes an outsider will notice these things that someone up close doesn’t notice.