Gan Chamesh, Chabad’s Early Childhood Center, celebrated graduation with a fun-filled and meaningful art parade. Art is an integral part of the education at Gan Chamesh, where every student is encouraged to be an artist, and to create and explore endless opportunities through the creation of artistic masterpieces. Gan Chamesh embraces the philosophy of open-ended art and the importance of the process, not the product.
“There is no artist like Hashem” was a central theme of the graduation parade. Children at Gan Chamesh are encouraged to see the beauty of all of Hashem’s creations. Each child has come to see himself/herself as one of Hashem’s masterpieces, expertly and perfectly designed with his/her own unique qualities. At Gan Chamesh, Hashem’s handiwork is celebrated each and every day.
The graduation parade was a huge success. Gan Chamesh thanks the families and friends that celebrated with them. Thank you to the local Police Department, the Auxiliary Police Department, the Village of Cedarhurst, Gary Wallin of Gary Wallin Entertainment, Ronen Riskovich of Action Studios, Jerusalem Florist, and Hana Adler for all your help. A huge mazal tov to all the graduates!
Gan Chamesh Early Childhood Center is under the auspices of Chabad of the Five Towns, headed by Rabbi Zalman and Chanie Wolowik. If you would like information on Gan Chamesh, please contact Susy Adler or Suzanne Wallin, the program directors, at 516-295-2479.