2018-04-25 / Local News

Murphys hosts Seder at Drumthwacket



First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy hosted a Seder at Drumthwacket, the Governor’s mansion, with approximately 30 guests, ecumenical in make up, from the state’s Jewish and faith-based communities. It was an evening of warmth, camaraderie, exchange of Passover experiences and good will. New Jersey’s Jewish Federation community was represented by (from left), Jacob Toporek, executive director, NJ State Association of Jewish Federations; Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy; Steve Klinghoffer, former president of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest; and Roy Tanzman, chair of the Board of Rutgers Hillel and former President of the NJ State Association of Jewish Federations. First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy hosted a Seder at Drumthwacket, the Governor’s mansion, with approximately 30 guests, ecumenical in make up, from the state’s Jewish and faith-based communities. It was an evening of warmth, camaraderie, exchange of Passover experiences and good will. New Jersey’s Jewish Federation community was represented by (from left), Jacob Toporek, executive director, NJ State Association of Jewish Federations; Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy; Steve Klinghoffer, former president of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest; and Roy Tanzman, chair of the Board of Rutgers Hillel and former President of the NJ State Association of Jewish Federations.

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