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Intergenerational Event Brings Joy to Seniors and First Grade Students in Celebration of Purim

Original post made by lew697, Charleston Gardens, on Feb 27, 2013

A feeling of love, happiness and community filled the room when first grade students from Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School made a special visit to Moldaw Residences. The children brought smiles to the seniors’ faces by singing songs and hand-delivering sweet treats as part of a Purim holiday celebration. The gifts of cookies and cakes were part of Miscloach Manot which is the tradition of giving food to friends, neighbors and relatives on Purim. Twenty students spent time singing holiday songs, visiting and presenting goodies to the residents at Moldaw.

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