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Pictures from our Summer Soiree

After four years of dedicated service to this community, our beloved mikveh shomeret, Aidy Rubin, is moving to California where her husband will serve as a Navy chaplain. We wish Aidy and her family a tzetchem l’shalom, a safe journey, to this next chapter of their lives. 


We have such hakarat hatov, deep gratitude, to Aidy and all she has done for us. In 2020, as the world began to shut down, Aidy ensured that the mikveh remained open and safe, which she continued to do throughout the pandemic. She has lovingly overseen the mikveh and helped it grow, always seeking ways to improve each woman’s experience. We will miss her greatly, but we know her new community will benefit from her unwavering passion for Torah and mitzvot. 


Aidy will assist us during our transition period, which will begin in August. We will have a rotation of mikveh attendants, trained community members eager to support the mitzvah of immersion. To learn more about the attendant rotation, please visit our FAQ below.

During this period of transition we welcome assistance from members of our community in mikveh operations. There's no task too big or too small. If you’d like to support our mikveh by volunteering to help with tasks, please click here.


As with any transition, there may be some growing pains. We encourage our users and stakeholders to reach out with any questions or concerns.



Shira Eliassian, President ( 310-867-4983

Jennifer Klau, Director ( 860-419-5175

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