Jewish community helps Ohio’s Ursuline College rebuild after tornado

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Click photo to download. Caption: An exterior wall was blown away and a portion of the roof was ripped off<br />
of the O’Brien Athletic Center (pictured) at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio, over the weekend. Credit: Cleveland Jewish News.</p>
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By Bob
Jacob/JNS.org

This story was originally published by the
Cleveland Jewish News

Less than 24 hours after
a tornado did widespread damage to Ursuline College in Pepper Pike,
Ohio, one synagogue in the city opened its arms to its neighbors.

Caption: An exterior wall was blown away and a portion of the roof was ripped off of the O’Brien Athletic Center (pictured) at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio, over the weekend. Credit: Cleveland Jewish News.

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Source: JNS.org

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