WashU Hillel to Host Passover Community Lunches

Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU Hillel) invites the community to join St. Louis area students for Kosher for Passover lunches throughout the holiday. Lunches will take place Saturday, April 23 through Friday, April 29 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at WashU Hillel, 6300 Forsyth Blvd. 63105.  Lunches are free for St. Louis area students; $12 per community member.  Dietary laws observed.  To view the daily menu or make a reservation, visit www.washuhillel.org/Passover.  Reservations are encouraged and close at noon two days before each lunch.

WashU Hillel will also host free Kosher for Passover dinners for area college students from Sunday, April 24 through Thursday, April 28.  The student dinners will take place from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at WashU Hillel and reservation information is also available on the Hillel website.  These meals are in addition to the Seder experiences that WashU Hillel is fostering for over 500 students this year.

The free student meals are made possible through the generosity of the following local sponsors:  Dinners – Dr. William Danforth, Michael Dern, Terry & Harvey Hieken and Sheila & Al Rosenfeld.  Lunches – Central Reform Congregation, Congregation B’nai Amoona, Congregation Temple Israel, Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Kol Rinah, Kohn’s Kosher Deli, and United Hebrew Congregation with support from Shaare Emeth Congregation and Traditional Congregation and many parent and alumni sponsors around the country.

For more information, contact Jackie Levey, WashU Hillel Executive Director, at jackie@washuhillel.org.

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About Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis:
Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis serves as the catalyst for Jewish life among college students, connecting students with one another and with Jewish culture and traditions through service and social justice, Israel engagement, religious life, and social and leadership programs.  Hillel at Washington University has enhanced the lives of thousands of college students throughout St. Louis and helped Washington University cultivate one of the most vibrant campus Jewish communities in the country.  It currently serves approximately 1,800 Jewish undergraduates who attend Washington University.  Learn more about WashU Hillel at www.washuhillel.org.  Keep up with WashU Hillel on Facebook at Facebook.com/washuhillel.

 

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