A Mega Challa Bake took place on Sunday, March 13th, at the Rabbi Hershel Fogelman Chabad Center, with the participation of a very diverse group of over 200 women.
Central Mass Chabad organized the event with the involvement of all the Jewish organizations in the greater Worcester area to come together for an unforgettable, inspiring experience.
The event was a project of Central Mass Chabad, but was endorsed and co-sponsored by the Worcester Jewish Federation, the Worcester Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Family Services of Boston and Worcester, Hadassah, the Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation, Temple Emanuel Sinai, Chabad of Westborough, Chabad of Framingham, and Congregation Agudat Achim, a Conservative synagogue from Leominster Massachusetts.
Rabbi Mendel Fogelman, who leads the Central Mass Chabad, said that the Mega Challah Bake was one of several events happening this year to draw people together. Rabbi Fogelman’s wife, Chanie, spearheaded the Mega Challah Bake with her daughter, Devorah Leah and committee members, Cari-Lynn Fisher, Joan Gaffin, Vivian Honig, Grace Gulko, Ellen Wahle, Sylvia Avinoam, Cheryl Kasof, Dorit Gaval, Miriam Phillips, Bassie Levin, Sara Atia, Mindy Hall, Barbara Higgins, Shorah Gaval, Tami Zohar, Malkie Shaw, Carol Adlestein, Angela Gordon, Judy Silverstein, Helen Avive. They worked tirelessly over the past few months to prepare for this splendid event.
The event had an inspiring effect on the women, and generated great energy in the community.
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