Jewish community says thanks for help after tragedy

It’s never too early to give thanks. That was the sentiment as the Louisville Jewish community came together to celebrate a ‘Gathering of Comm-UNITY and Thanksgiving.’The event brought out Louisville’s faith and community leaders to show solidarity with those affected by the devastating fire at the Chabad of Kentucky.According to the Chabad of Kentucky website, the organization is celebrating 34 years in the state.Chabad is the world’s largest international organization offering a number of options for Jewish education and outreach.