We have an update on Part 1 of the Gan Rivkah Center series. This is not Part 2.
If you’d like to see this place for yourself then head on down to 16 Cedar Street in Milford at 4 PM for Hadassah’s open house and you’ll have a much better idea of what we are dealing with here. I would also urge reporters from the Milford Daily News, My FM 101.3, Metrowest Daily News, and The Patch, which have been singing the GRC’s praises for the last several years, to attend this open house and ask questions.
It will be interesting to see if she allows you to ask real questions and take pictures, or if she’ll ramble on about how she’s being picked on by people in town for being so virtuous. If you do go, feel free to ask her anything you want and see if she treats you the way she treated me in this video. Just an FYI, she grew upset with my questions about her books and told me she was going to start filming me prior to this video. I in turn told her that I would be filming her as well, and for the most of the beginning of the video I am holding the camera up and it’s obvious that I am recording.
The details of what she’s talking about in that video will be discussed later on. I just wanted to show you what you’re likely going to be treated if you ask real questions at this open house.
Hadassah has also commented on our Facebook page, and told several lies which we will debunk in later parts of this series.
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