Every year at Sukkot, Temple Beth El here in Madison builds a sukkah out in front of the building. I know that a lot of people build them outside of their residences, but it is great that my congregation has anyone that wants to come together and build one every year and then take it down as a community after Sukkot. I thought I would create a post so that everyone can take a look at it. Let me know what you think!
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