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<td class=”ecxtext1″ colspan=”2″> Last Shabbat, while all cars were off the road, a lone camera man from the Natick Bulletin hung out on the deserted route 135 in Natick in quest of a good photos for the newspaper, looking for anyone else would be outside at this time.  He was in luck when he spotted Yitzchak Cohen on his way to the Chabad Center.  He would have been in even better luck had he followed Mr. Cohen to Chabad and seen about 30 or so congregants (men, women and children) safe and warm and happy to be at their synagogue.  Thank G-d the Chabad Center had a minyan 3 times – Friday night, Shabbat day and Shabbat evening despite the storm.  In fact, it’s quite likely that for miles around this was the largest gathering of any kind.  To see the article you may click here.</td>
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