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Passover Comes Alive at LYA

Preparing to recite the blessing over grape juice during their Mitzropoly game are  Tova Granowitz, Bryna Etel Kosofsky and Esther Muhlmann.

Preparing to recite the blessing over grape juice during their Mitzropoly game are Tova Granowitz, Bryna Etel Kosofsky and Esther Muhlmann.

LONGMEADOW – Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy celebrated Passover in a variety of ways last month. LYA’s youngest students, dressed in slave costumes, met Pharaoh (played by Lilia Luzhanskiy, LYA Early Childhood Director). Students in grades 1-8 applied their knowledge of the seder and the story of the Exodus during a game called Mitzropoly.
LYA Early Childhood students prepare to leave Egypt.  L to r: Tzedek Kofsky, Mendel Wolff, Shmari Gesin,  Miri Helfen, Shaindel Gottlieb and Emma Doldt.

LYA Early Childhood students prepare to leave Egypt.
L to r: Tzedek Kofsky, Mendel Wolff, Shmari Gesin,
Miri Helfen, Shaindel Gottlieb and Emma Doldt.

LYA also engaged the community this Passover. Rabbi Dovid Edelman, LYA Dean and Rabbi Noach Kosofsky, LYA Principal, delivered 750 packages of handmade shmura matzo to members of the community. These matzot were then used during personal seders throughout Western Mass. Rabbi Chaim Kosofsky also organized two community seders for 70 people.
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