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Lotsa Matzah Brei

Give Bubbe a kiss. There you go.

Bubbe - Latkes

You poor thing, you’re starved. All skin and bones. College isn’t feeding you enough. C’mon, eat a little more. Here, I got some still in the oven— you like that matzah brei? I know you do. Plenty more where that came from.

Still have room for more? Rebecca Koppel ’14 wants you to have a proper Passover, just like at Bubbe’s:

Come to the Bayit this Saturday from 11-2 to help make (or just help eat) lotsa matzah brei. If you’ve never been to a Jewish event at Wesleyan before, this is a great time to start! If you’ve been to more Jewish events at Wesleyan than you can count, this is a great time to continue! If you don’t know what matzah brei is, come and try it! Come whenever you can and stay for 5 minutes or for all 3 hours!

If the front door isn’t open, come around to the back and knock on the kitchen door.

Date: Saturday, March 30th, 2013
Place: The Bayit
Time: 11 am – 2 pm
Cost: As free as the Jews after they crossed the Red Sea!

AEPi Wesleyan T-Shirts for Sale

Wesleyan’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity is selling t-shirts all week in Usdan.

Here are some reasons you should buy one:

  • In Greek, the word means nothing, but it looks like English for “Wesleyan.”
  • It’s not the average color for the Wesleyan t-shirt (and that makes it unique!).
  • You will receive a genuine Jewish handshake with every purchase.

T-shirts are $8 a piece.

If you would like to reserve a shirt or if you have any questions, please contact Alex Pack ’14 at apack(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.

Adult B’nei Mitzvah

From Rebecca Koppel ’14:

The Wesleyan Jewish Community cordially invites the entire Wesleyan Community, family, and friends to the B’nei Mitzvah Celebration of: Nora Dumont, Julia Fram, Carey Gilchrist, Elizabeth Goldgar, Elizabeth Halprin, Cordelia Hyland, Sofia Leitner-Laserna, Gideon Levy, Lina Mamut, and Amanda Schwartz.

The evening service will be held in Beckham Hall at 6 p.m. on Friday, the 29th of April, 2011. Shabbat dinner to follow in the Daniel Family Commons.

The morning service will be held in the Daniel Family Commons at 10 a.m. on Saturday, the 30th of April, 2011. Kiddush luncheon to follow in the Bayit, 157 Church Street.

The members of the B’nei Mitzvah class request that their guests consider making donations to The American Jewish World Service and/or The Amazing Grace Food Pantry of Middletown.

Date:   April 29 – April 30
Time:   6:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Place:  Beckham/DFC/Bayit