Chandler Eruv Project

Eruv Status

The Eruv is currently UP for Shabbat the 11th of Cheshvan, November 8th/9th.

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Eruv Committee

Masha Rimler | President

Dovid Staples | Vice President

Feiga Mazer | Treasurer

Eruv Dues

The community funds the continuing operations of the Eruv and all of it's expenses, including paying for repairs, insurance, and other expenses. The weekly inspections and management is performed by Volunteers in order to keep our costs low.

HOW TO PAY ANNUAL DUES

1) Make your check payable to Chabad of the East Valley and send it to the Eruv's Treasurer, Feiga Mazer, at 875 N Mcclintock Dr, Chandler, AZ 85226.

2) Pay online by clicking the Donate button below.

Eruv Partners 2019

Thank you for supporting the Eruv!

Aharon & Miriam Baer

Leo & Gail Budin

Yaakov & Beth Dorsch

Avi & Alisa Elimelech

Brent & Veronica Finley

Chana Hendrickson

Chana Kronick

Shlomo & Yehudit Lichtenberg

Lev & Yaffa Lvov

Matatov Family

Yitzchak & Feiga Mazer

Rabbi Tzvi & Masha Rimler

Pablo & Sumalita Sanchez

Dovid & Ateret Staples

Steve & Jodi Stein

Howard & Rosy Wolchansky


Past Events:

Breakfast for Dinner! Fundraiser Event

Omelette bar - Fresh Waffles - Make your own Parfaits - Pasta Bar - More

DECEMBER 23 • SUNDAY • 5 PM - 7 PM

AT THE POLLACK CHABAD CENTER FOR JEWISH LIFE

Eruv Boundaries

The Chandler Eruv boundaries are mostly comprised of the actual existing walls or fences that follow the inside of the rectangle created by the Loop 101 Price Freeway, the Loop 202 San Tan Freeway, the I-10 Maricopa Freeway and the US-60 Superstition Freeway. These existing walls are marked in blue. In the few places where there are breaks in the wall, doorways are created using clear fishing line or steel cable where feasible. These Crossings are marked in green.

Click on the map image below to view the interactive Google map.

Eruv Certification

The Chandler Eruv was constructed under the supervision of Rabbi Manish Spitz of Miami.

He certifies that this eruv meets the strictest halachic standards and complies even with minority opinions including

the Rambam and the Alter Rebbe who require that the majority of the eruv boundary be made of actual walls.