3207 N. Hackett Avenue * Milwaukee, WI 53211 * 414-962-5508
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About Lake Park Synagogue

Lake Park Synagogue is a Modern Orthodox synagogue on the east side of Milwaukee, near the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. Welcoming people from all backgrounds, LPS provides religious, educational, and social programs and strives to integrate Halachic Judaism with everyday life.

If you are a student coming to an LPS service for course credit, or are unfamiliar with an orthodox Jewish service, we hope this Visitors Guide will answer all your questions. (If not, feel free to call and ask!)

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Rabbi Andrews teaches classes every Tuesday night that are open to everyone! Here are the current topics.

Community Electronic Waste Recycling Day
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Pickup site: Lake Park Synagogue driveway (facing Hampshire Ave.)

Recycle your old electronic items, such as phones, computers, CD players, DVD players, video game systems, and more. All items will be processed in the U.S. in compliance with environmental/occupational health standards. Help keep toxic chemicals out of our landfills. Tell your friends!

Read about the dangers of E-Waste:
EPA fact sheet about E-Waste
New York Times: Recycling Electronic Waste Responsibly - Excuses Dwindle
National Geographic: E-Waste

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