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Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner

  • Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner

    First Night Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 9th
       Services at 6:30pm followed by dinner
       Location: Chabad Jewish Community Center
                302 South Lexington Dr. #B, Folsom.

    Suggested Donation*: $15 per person | $60(max) per family.
       *Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.

    We are able to keep the cost of the Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner at the lowest possible rate thanks to our sponsors. Please consider sponsoring the Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner for $360 (includes family reservation). 
       
    Space at the dinner is limited to 75 people, RSVP today to ensure your seat (we've been filled to capacity over the past few years). 

    For more information please call 916-608-9811 or 
    email us
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  • Payment information: Donations are helpful, but not required.
    Suggested Donation*: $15 per seat | $60(max) per family | $180 Sponsor (includes family reservation)
                    *Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.
     


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