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RSVP by Wednesday for the CNS 2nd Night Seder!!


Only a Few Spaces Are Still Available at the
CNS Second Night Community Pesach Seder!
Tuesday, March 26, 6:00 pm

pesach guide 2013
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Join Rabbi Menachem Creditor and Rabbi Daniel Kohn as we celebrate our freedom! We'll enjoy a catered feast, fine kosher wines, and deep teachings and conversations about the Exodus and it's meanings for us today on this birthday of the Jewish people. 
 

RSVP for the CNS Community Second Seder by Wednesday, March 20th  (Final Deadline) to office@netivotshalom.org
 
$53/adult ||$37/child 10-2
$12/child 2-0 || $156/family
 
Payment Options- pay online at  www.netivotshalom.org and use the "Make a Donation" tab and enter "Seder" in the description field or mail/drop-off your check to Congregation Netivot Shalom and write  "Seder" on the memo line.
Congregation Netivot Shalom || 1316 University Ave. || Berkeley, CA 94702


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