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Hundreds share Challah Bake


Some 300 women and girls collectively kneaded dough and learned about challah’s special place on the Sabbath table at the COMM-UNITY Challah Bake at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill on Oct. 22. The massive event was among several in South Jersey tied to The Shabbos Project, a global movement encouraging secular and religious Jews alike to unite to experience one full Sabbath. The South Jersey version kicked off with a Challah Bake at Kellman Brown Academy in Voorhees and included Shabbatons at several synagogues. Joining in the fun were Cherry Hill residents (top, from left), Karen Bliss, Sydney Rowan, Rachel Bliss and Ilene Rosen (Sydney’s mom). KBA students pictured with a ready-for-the-oven challah were (bottom photo, front row from left), Ben Stolz and Josh Resnick. In the back row were (from left), Blake Greenfield, Liam Maoz, Daniel Passalacqua, Jonah Kutikov, Andrew Passalacqua and Noah Livstone. Some 300 women and girls collectively kneaded dough and learned about challah’s special place on the Sabbath table at the COMM-UNITY Challah Bake at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill on Oct. 22. The massive event was among several in South Jersey tied to The Shabbos Project, a global movement encouraging secular and religious Jews alike to unite to experience one full Sabbath. The South Jersey version kicked off with a Challah Bake at Kellman Brown Academy in Voorhees and included Shabbatons at several synagogues. Joining in the fun were Cherry Hill residents (top, from left), Karen Bliss, Sydney Rowan, Rachel Bliss and Ilene Rosen (Sydney’s mom). KBA students pictured with a ready-for-the-oven challah were (bottom photo, front row from left), Ben Stolz and Josh Resnick. In the back row were (from left), Blake Greenfield, Liam Maoz, Daniel Passalacqua, Jonah Kutikov, Andrew Passalacqua and Noah Livstone.

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