Sukkot

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B8556543-D0EF-4CF7-B30E-00EDDF858F56 - Courtney Johnson-Benson, MAEd

This year I built my first Sukkah so excited to celebrate! (Courtney Johnson-Benson)

CBF9EE4A-6866-45DD-B6E8-43AD2326088C - Brian Duvall Gambino

10 x 10 Sukkah with Harvest Theme every year, at our home in Richville. We have a Dutch Cast-Iron fire cooked beef stew and desserts every year for guests. (Brian Duvall-Gambino & Patti Piero)

DSC_1747 - Jon Adland

This sukkah made from a Sukkah Project kit is 8’x12′. Rachel, Evan and Levi are here to help us put it up. We eat as many dinners and other meals as possible for the week. Sandy decorates the sukkah to make it feel like home.  (Rabbi Jon and Sandy Adland)

sukkah 2020 - John Strauss

I built this redwood sukkah years ago but it gets decorated with yard plantings every year in a unique way. It is constructed so that I can assemble it without any metal parts. All joints are through tenons held by dowelled tapered pins. (John Strauss and Carisa Marie)

9137FB78-3DE9-4523-8B99-B07A66D0506B - JuDeane Luntz

It is a family sukkah built with love and lots of fun. (JuDeane Luntz)

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Minecraft! Because we can’t find our regular sukkah in the storage unit. (Batya Sherwin)