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Kiddush Sponsorship Correction-Matza Order-Upcoming Shabbaton!

Mar 7th, 2014 by nzakon | 0

Kiddush is sponsored by Brian and Lisa Kimmelman in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary!

We are accepting order for round hand made Matza.

One of the main Mitzvos of the Seder is the eating of matzah. To
properly fulfill this mitzvah, one must use “Shmura Matzah,” matzah that has been watched and made
especially for the fulfillment of the mitzvah. Many people prefer to use the traditional Shmura Matzah
made by hand.
We have arranged the purchase of these Matzahs from the Shatzer Matzah Bakery in Brooklyn.
**When placing your order please keep in mind that there should be enough for approximately 2
matzahs per person. There are approximately 7-8 matzahs per one pound box. Please be aware that
despite the best packing possible, matzahs may break during shipment.

The order is being made Tuesday, March 25th—no late orders will be accepted!!

To order please email Rabbi Zakon at nzakon@dataofplano.org. Only received through email are guaranteed to be processed.

Please see below for information needed for order.

Name _________________________________________________
Phone ___________________________
______ # of one pound boxes of regular matzah at
$25.00 per lb.

______ # of one pound boxes of whole wheat matzah
$25.00 per lb.

Total __________________Only Orders Received With Payment will be Accepted.

Shabbaton with Rabbi and Becky Udman March 21-22

“Don’t Worry…Be Happy-The Torah’s blueprint for achieving happiness!”

March 21 Mincha Services 7:00 p.m.

7:30 P.M.  “The Quest for Happiness – Where Do I Begin?”

March 22 Shachris 9:00 A.M.

10:45 A.M. “The Quest for Happiness – Finding The Right Vehicle”

 Kiddush following services. To sponsor Kiddush please contact Rabbi Zakon or Rabbi Yogi.

12:00 P.M. “ What’s it like being my_______(wife, husband ,child, sister, coworker)? – A simple framework for being the person you really want to be”

Women’s Seuda Shlishit 7:00 P.M.  “Raising Happy Children in a confusing world” Location TBA

Mincha 7:00 P.M.

For men 8:00 P.M. “The Quest for Happiness – Charting the Course”

 

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