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Kosher Hot Dogs Served at Minor League Stadium’s Jewish Pride Night

July 25, 2008
For local Jewish community members and campers with Camp Gan Israel of New Hampshire, the recent Jewish Pride Night at a minor league baseball game was a blast despite their hometown team’s loss. Chabad-Lubavitch of New Hampshire, co-directed by Rabbi Levi and Shternie Krinsky, provided kosher hot dogs and other treats for the evening at Manchester’s Merchantsauto.com stadium.
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Officials and little league players stand for the National Anthem before the July 23 Jewish Pride Night at Manchester, N.H.’s Merchantsauto.com stadium. After the game, the hometown minor league New Hampshire Fisher Cats fell to the Trenton Thunder, 3-1.
Officials and little league players stand for the National Anthem before the July 23 Jewish Pride Night at Manchester, N.H.’s Merchantsauto.com stadium. After the game, the hometown minor league New Hampshire Fisher Cats fell to the Trenton Thunder, 3-1.

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