Yeshiva Har Torah Begins 30th Year


Yeshiva Har Torah began its 30th year as the school welcomed smiling students with an outdoor assembly on Tuesday, Sept. 4. The elementary school serves more than 700 children, including many from Great Neck and the surrounding areas on Long Island and in Queens.

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