The Engine Room Hidden from view, the engine room is undoubtedly the most important room on a ship, for it drives the entire ship forward. One does not cut corners on the engine room. The kitchen at Chabad is not the social hall or shul, but it undoubtedly plays a central role in doing what we do.
The Need The current kitchen was built in 1962, and was designed with a medium sized family in mind.The current use of the kitchen provides Shabbat dinners to over 65 students a week, and that number has consistently grown by 30-40% every year.The cooking, work, storage and refrigeration spaces currently available are simply inadequate, and must be upgraded to allow for continued service to the community.
The Solution Demolish the existing kitchen, along with the wall between the kitchen and the living room.Gather ideas from kitchens at other Chabad Houses on campuses across North America.In an enlarged space, design an all-new kitchen built to suit the needs of the present and future.
Thank You Our family is committed to serving the Jewish students at Laurier and Waterloo for as long as we live. Thank you for being a part of the “Ahavat Yisrael Team”! Rabbi Moshe and Rivky, Mendel and Berel Goldman