+ Sweet Celebration
Temple Beth Sholom’s youth group celebrated Passover with a Chocolate Seder Sunday, April 13. The afternoon meal started by attendees drinking the first cup, or kadesh, which was a glass of chocolate milk. Children also enjoyed a chocolate Seder plate that captured the meaning of Passover in a “melt-in-your-mouth sort of way.” After trying the six “symbols,” which included Kit Kats (zoorah), mint chocolates (chazeret) and green M&M’s (karpas), everyone looked for the afikoman, which Benji Weitzner found.
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18 9th annual Leadership Breakfast honoring Nancy Detert and Teri Hansen
18 SMART PARENTS / SMART KIDS FREE SEMINAR
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19 American Business Women's Assocation-Sunset Chapter Monthly Meeting
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