Grand Opening For New Mikvah

By COLLIVE Reporter

A grand opening dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held for the highly anticipated state-of-the-art Mivkah Mei Chaya Mushka in Crown Heights.

The opening will take place to mark the day of Gimmel Tammuz on Sunday, 4 Tammuz, 5775, June 21, 2015 at 11 am at 445 Troy Avenue at the corner of Lefferts Avenue.

Mr. Feivish Pewsner of the Five Towns and other supporters will be thanked at the dedication ceremony. The event will feature live music and Hors D'oeuvres and an open house with tours of the Mikvah will take place throughout the day.

The spacious 5,000 sq. ft. building, with exquisite marble, Italian tile and elegant black accents will be one of the most beautiful in the world, says Rabbi Moshe Pinson, founder of the Bais Shmuel Chabad Congregation in Crown Heights who spearheaded this community Mikvah.  

"I've been around the world and visited hundreds of Mikvahs," says Pinson. "I have never seen one as beautiful as this one, anywhere. The Rebbe wanted the women's Mikvaos to be the most beautiful - b'Ruchnius and b'Gashmius," he says.

The luxurious building designed by Maggie Rogatsky of HCDesignDecor features 12-foot high ceilings and wide hallways, with all the rooms fitted with the most modern and up to date fixtures. The main reception room features a custom made spiral staircase.

No expense was spared in the halachic aspect as well, with two Mivkaos being built in the most mehudar fashion, with the guidance of Rabbi Elozor Raichik and Rabbi Yirmiyahu Katz

All the Crown Heights Rabbonim - including Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba, Rabbi Yaacov Schwei and Rabbi Yosef Braun - have given their hechsher as well.

Those who have not yet donated to the Mikvah, now is the last chance to get in on this huge zechus. Dedication opportunities are still available. Click here to donate.
Reprinted from COLLIVE.COM

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