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Children’s Matzah Bakery Puts Focus on Jewish Soldiers

March 26, 2008
More than 500 children learned how to bake matzah Wednesday during Operation: Message in a Matzah at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Brooklyn, N.Y. Part of the museum’s annual matzah workshop, the joint program with the Bal Harbour, Fla.-based Aleph Institute sent a package of specially-baked Passover matzah to Jewish soldiers stationed abroad for every matzah the children baked themselves. The museum visitors also filled out cards to bring smiles to American military personnel.
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Visitors to the Jewish Children’s Museum, a project of the Chabad-Lubavitch Tzivos Hashem children’s organization, get a briefing before making special shmura matzah, which is matzah that is watched during every step of its production. The museum’s matzah, however, only serves an educational purpose and cannot be eaten on Passover.
Visitors to the Jewish Children’s Museum, a project of the Chabad-Lubavitch Tzivos Hashem children’s organization, get a briefing before making special shmura matzah, which is matzah that is watched during every step of its production. The museum’s matzah, however, only serves an educational purpose and cannot be eaten on Passover.

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