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Honey for a Sweet New Year!




Honey for a Sweet New Year!
Honey for a sweet new year: delicious local, raw honey is available for Rosh Hashana!

The Netivot Shalom preschool is offering charming glass bear jars filled with 9 ounces of this special treat. To place your order, just click here. The price of each jar is $18.00. All proceeds will be used to support scholarships for preschool families. 

Honey will be available for pick up at the Netivot Shalom office. Please make checks payable to "Netivot Shalom" with the note "preschool honey." Thank you for your support, and l'shana tova!

Questions? Please email or call Kara Vuicich at kara@vuicich.com.

Congregation Netivot Shalom - netivotshalom.org


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