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Passover celebration at Chabad of the Bay Area helps to keep Jewish tradition alive

8:34 AM, Mar. 26, 2013
Individuals from around Green Bay celebrate Passover at Chabad of the Bay Area on Green Bays East Side March 25, 2013. Matt Robinson/Press-Gazette Correspondent
Individuals from around Green Bay celebrate Passover at Chabad of the Bay Area on Green Bays East Side March 25, 2013. Matt Robinson/Press-Gazette Correspondent
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Anyone is welcome to celebrate Passover at Chabad of the Bay Area.

And for Rabbi Michoel Feinstein, celebrating the Seder feast is part of keeping the traditions alive and incorporated in daily life at the center at 220 Bellevue St.

Passover, is an eight-day Jewish festival that commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. ...

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