J-Teen Chocolate Seder A Delicious Success

By Savi Bailey and Yuliya Levertova

This past Sunday, April 8th, the J-Teen department at the Boulder JCC hosted their second annual Chocolate Seder. The event turned out to be a great success, beating last year’s turnout! With 19 Jewish High Schoolers in attendance, the Seder was led by two of the J-Teen Council members: Savi Bailey and Yuliya Levertova.

The night was filled with 4 cups of chocolate milk, strawberries for the karpas, chocolate fondue for the salt-water, chocolate covered fruit for the charoset, bitter sweet chocolate for the maror, and s’mores for the Hillel sandwich. There was also some Matzah Brei for the shulchan orech (main course) to offset the chocolate. All of the food was, of course, 100% Kosher for Passover.

The 4 questions were asked with a chocolate twist, as well as the Retelling of the Story of Exodus. Following, the Afikoman was hidden and, after much chaos, was finally found by Noah Sadow who won a $15 iTunes gift card! The Seder concluded with the final cup of chocolate milk (for those who had room left) and ended with everyone feeling more than satiated.

With stomachs full of chocolate, the J-Teen council is excited to put on this event again next year!  Future J-Teen events can be found at the Boulder JCC website under the J-Teen tab.

 

About Phil Rubinstein

Phil Rubinstein has been the J-Teen Director at the Boulder JCC since January of 2011. Working in the Boulder Jewish community since 2006, Phil is also a teacher at Congregation Har HaShem, Boulder Hebrew High, and is the owner of FreelanceJudaism LLC, a private Jewish tutoring company founded in November, 2010

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