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Annual matzah factory gets kids baking.
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assover came to life during
the Chabad Lubavitch's
annual Barbara & Douglas
Bloom Matzah Factory
March 21-28 at the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit in West
Bloomfield. This year, the annual event
was held outside in a heated tent near
the front entrance to the JCC.
More than 1,000 children attend the
Matzah Factory each year, the only place
in the area where children can make
their own matzah.
The children and their parents had
fun working with the dough and learn-
ing the specific requirements for making
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matzah kosher for Passover.
New this year, all participants had the
opportunity to visit Shalom Street while
the matzah baked.
Shalom Street — The Address for
Jewish Discovery is an interactive
museum that aims to bring Jewish tra-
ditions, culture, ethics and values to
life in a dynamic, interactive environ-
ment. Focusing on school children,
ages 5 to 12, and their families,
Shalom Street is designed to inform,
enlighten, entertain and surprise visi-
tors of all backgrounds. ❑
— Keri Guten Cohen,
story development editor
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Above left: Samantha Schwartz, 4, from Ganeinu Preschool, makes a matzah man
inside Shalom Street. Above right: Halley Teneyck, 5, from Clarkson Christian
School, rolls out her matzah. Below: Rabbi Aaron Amzalak helps Yitzchok Weiss,
5, from Ganeinu Preschool, grind flour to make matzah.
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