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Airlifting in kosher food and holding Yom Kippur services in submerged Wilmington, N.C.
“While the majority of Wilmington’s Jews evacuated,” says Rabbi Moshe Lieblich, “enough stayed that we determined we had to stay as well. We will host services no matter the circumstances—on the grass outside, if need be.”
The last Jewish presence in the ghost town that was Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Chabad provides help from just outside the Hurricane Florence mandatory evacuation area.
Chabad poised to help as more than 1 million flee Florence
Faygie Levy Holt
“There’s a sense of urgency here that I haven’t felt before,” said Rabbi Moshe Lieblich, co-director of Chabad of Wilmington with his wife, Chana. “People are scared.”