Rabbi scrambles to find prayer hall in wake of Highland Park synagogue fire

Highland Park worshipers have a new place to pray after a local YM-YWCA agreed Friday to host the congregation after a fire put the synagogue out of commission.The YM-YWHA is a few minutes walk from the South Third Avenue synagogue. Services will be held there at 7 p.m. Friday night. Thursday morning, a fire nearly destroyed the synagogue, leaving the rabbi and his staff scrambling to find a place for services.Two men rushed into the burning temple to save the Torah.

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