Volunteers. Chabad of Orange County teens promote animal welfare at the Pardess Chabad Farm

Monroe /
| 09 Aug 2021 | 11:39

CTeen of Chabad of Orange County spent the day recently volunteering on the Pardess Chabad Farm in Hopewell Junction.

High school teens enjoyed promoting animal welfare by reinforcing fencing, building a chicken coop and garden beds, constructing picnic tables and painting fences.

Teens helped care for the animals and even got a chance to try out the lawn mower.

A delicious BBQ dinner and social time ended off an exciting day.

“It was a great day at the farm” said Leor Resty of Monroe, one of Chabad of Orange County’s CTeen leader, “spending time with friends as we volunteered and helped the animals in so many ways.”

For more information on the CTeen program, call Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston at 845 782-2770, log onto chabadorange.com or email rabbi@chabadorange.com.