This book records the history of a Chabad Houses survival in suburban America. Marin County, California known for its picturesque hills and mountains was home to a traditional Jewish facility, known as “Chabad House,” that housed a shul, school and Mikva. The neighborhood in suburban Northern California became the topic of conversation when its neighbors opposed the religious institution. The County granted Chabad a “Use Permit” but for several years Chabad wasn’t able to hold its programs because of a heated legal battle that ended in the California State Supreme Court. Chabad won. Read the fascinating details highlighting religious freedom in the USA.