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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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Information galore to make the seder fin at www.aish.com

DEBORAH HITSKY
Special to the Jewish News

reative or traditional? Child-
oriented or geared for
adults?
Before we ask you to begin
the Ma Nishtanah, there are so many
decisions to make in planning the
quintessential Passover seder. How
about exploring some ideas, old and
new, for your 2003 celebrations?
Here's a Web site that makes it easy
and lots of fun: www.aish.com
Click first on the "holidays" button
and then on the "Passover" page. Oy!
(That's what you'll say when you've
loaded the home page.) Everything is
so well-organized, so attractive and so
inviting, it's hard to choose where to
surf first.
Maybe the Haggadah songs interest
you, or you're keen on learning more
about the laws of Passover. The
"Gourmet Cookbook" with its wide
array of yummy recipes and two seder
menus, one to impress your mother
and the other to impress your mother-
in-law, is fabulous!
And, don't miss the "Cooking Tips"
on the same page: my favorite, the last
suggestion, recommends we all reward
ourselves with a new outfit after all
the hard work of preparing for
Passover! (Lord & Taylor will like that
one, too!)
If you'll be blessed with children at
the table, be sure to spend lots of time
at the "Family Activities" page. There
you can enjoy stories, games, great tips
for making the seder kid-friendly, arts
and crafts, print and play, and more.
(Who would have thought of bringing
an air gun — available from the
Hammaecher Shlemmer catalog — .

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The InLine Hockey Center at the Jewish
Community Center in West Bloomfield
will host a two-on-two in-line hockey
tournament April 21-22.
The IHC is seeking five-player teams
in 8-and-under, 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U
and 18-and-under age groups. Teams are
four skaters and a goalie, with two skaters
and the goalie playing at a time.
Teams will play three games, consisting
of three 8-minute, running-clock periods,
prior to the playoffs. Prizes will be award-
ed to tournament champions.
The tournament fee is $125 per team.
For registration, by April 16, call the
IHC, (248) 432-5584.

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Happy, Ilealth y -
Passover

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that shoots ping-pong balls to the
seder table to simulate the plague of
hail?)
Navigating these pages is a snap —
Moses should have had it so easy! You
never have to depend on your brows-
er's "back" button because every page
makes it possible go from place to
place. So, if you're perusing "Laws"
and want to move on to "Insights,"
you find the latter at the top of the
"Laws" page. And, every article in
"Laws" is nicely cataloged on the left
side of the page. Beautiful! Wouldn't it
be great if more Web sites were so
friendly?
From selling your chametz to mak-
ing tomato basil gefilte fish, the savvy
sufer will find everything needed to
make this Passover the best ever!
Learn,"have fun, plan and enjoy
www.aish.com and to all of us, Next
Year in Jerusalem! ❑

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• Book Beat
• Bread Basket Deli
• Dillman Chiropractic
• Discount Uniform
• Dollar Castle
• Dots
• Errol Sherman's Footcare
• Eyes Right Optical
• Jackie's Alterations
• Just Hors d'Oeuvres & Me
Catering
• Kmart
• L.A. Insurance
• Lincoln Barber Shop
• Magic Touch Beauty Shop
• Metropolitan Dry Cleaners
• Payless Shoesource
• Radio Shack
• Rainbow Apparel
• Rite Aid
• Secretary of State
• Strickley Kosher Meats
• T Nail
• White Castle

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