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April 07, 1995 - Image 25

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-07

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THE CULTURAL COMMISSION OF

CONGREGATIONAL SHAAREY ZEDEK

proudly presents

noting that his congregation sup-
plies about 10 percent of the
school's population. "It is not just
a question of 15 minutes extra on
a commute. It is a question of
having a community Conserva-
tive day school serve the com-
munity.
"People in this area will be de-
prived of the option of attending
day school if the board votes to
move it," he said. ❑

PETER AND CLARA. WEISBERG
CHILDREN'S CONCERT

GRADES 1(42

Passover Panic
Strikes Again

PINCHAS
UKERMAN

RUTH LITTMANN STAFF WRITER

Violinist

Nehama Glogower thinks he
love of Pesach must mean she' s
crazy.
The cleaning exhausts her. So
does cooking for seders. Never
theless, this Ann Arbor mother
and wife each year looks forward
to celebrating with her family the
Jewish exodus from Egypt.
More than 35 adults share her
enthusiasm — and dread — for
the holiday that requires Jews to
rid their homes of every last bit
of chametz (leavening) and re-
place all breadstuffs with matzah
for eight days.

"You won't be
completely
successful."

Nehama Glogowe

These adults showed up to Ms.
Glogower's lecture on preparing
for Passover, held in late March
at the Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion and sponsored by the
Midrasha Center for Adult Jew-
ish Learning. The program was
part of a four-part series of
Passover seminars.
Adults attended to learn more
about pre-Pesach cleaning, lead-
ing a seder, avoiding burnout and
making tasty, kosher-for-
Passover food.
Some people who showed up
for the lecture were recent con-
verts to Judaism. Others were
veterans still searching for ways
of pacing themselves through this
ritually rigorous time of year.
When it comes to cleaning out
chametz, "the first rule is that you
won't be completely successful,"
Ms. Glogower said. Do the very
best you can, but don't drive your-
self insane, she advised.
One woman in the audience
sighed in relief when Ms. Glo-
gower said that charred leaven-
ing — the stuff that knives can't
even scrape off the bottom of the
oven — can be left alone.
The Jewish yardstick: If it's un-
fit for a dog to eat, don't worry.
"Don't," advised Ms. Glogow-
er, "make yourself crazy." 111

and

MARC
NEIKRUG

Pianist

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