9 AM Minyan Kiddush Pricing
|Silver - $250||Gold - $400|
|Water, Seltzer||Water, Seltzer|
|Soda (store brand)||Soda (name brand)|
|Iced coffee||Iced coffee, iced tea|
|Assorted fresh pastries (ex: Cinnamon Buns)||Assorted fresh pastries (ex: pies)|
|Crackers, Popcorn, Potato Chips||Crackers, Popcorn, Potato Chips|
|Assorted cookies||Assorted cookies|
|Chips & salsa||Chips & salsa|
|Hershey's Kisses||Hershey's Kisses|
|Seasonal fruits||Seasonal fruits|
|Vegetable Crudités w/dip (ex: guac, chumus)||Vegetable Crudités w/dip (ex: guac, chumus)|
|Fish (gefilte fish + horseradfish OR herring OR whitefish)||Fish (gefilte fish + horseradfish OR herring OR whitefish)|
|Sliced cheese and crackers|
|Optional (purchased and delivered by sponsor)|
|Sponsor can provide sheet cake*||Sponsor can provide sheet cake*|
|Sponsor can provide candies||Sponsor can provide candies|
|Sponsor can provide additional food platters**|
Simcha “Gold” Sponsor - $400 (Two weeks advance notice required.
For additional main kiddush pricing and information, direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please note change in policy effective November 1, 2015:
A recognition “Silver” and “Gold” level kiddush may not be customized beyond the following parameters:
* Sponsor is welcome to buy Mike n’ Ikes, M&Ms, or other candy, which we will serve in bowls. Sponsor is also welcome to buy a cake, which we will serve; a $10 cake fee will be added to cover additional paper goods.
** Sponsor is welcome to buy and make arrangements to check into the kitchen up to 6 platters of your choice. An additional $50 fee will be added. Note: If you want more than 6 platters, you must hire an accomodator or caterer.
If you are having a simcha (“Gold” level kiddush), but choose not to follow the menu options provided above, you can choose from the following caterers: NRM, Catering by Tova or Zaidy’s Market in Canton. Any food brought in to the shul must have a recognized Hechsher and be in an unopened package.
Sponsors at the “Gold” level are welcome to purchase and bring a *sheet cake (with appropriate hecsher) to be put out. There cannot be any writing on the cake.
Questions regarding the kitchen facilities and health guideline policies may be addressed to email@example.com.
We thank the adult volunteers and teens who have stepped up and make kiddush possible. If you are interested in joining the rotation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsoring a 7:30 AM Minyan Kiddush
A. If you have not contributed to the Kiddush Fund, please send a check for $40 made out to Young Israel (with a notation that it is for Hashkama Kiddush sponsorship) and mail - or bring - the check to the shul office.
2. All sponsors of a Kiddush are also encouraged to make a contribution to the Shul in recognition of the Simcha being celebrated and to supplement the kiddush with additional food items of their choice (e.g.: lox, bagels, cake, ice cream, tuna, etc).
3. A sponsored Kiddush may include some or all of the following items, depending on what is available each week: herring, gefilte fish balls, whitefish salad, houmous, salsa, crackers, potato chips, tortilla chips, pretzels, candy, cookies, soda, apple juice, grape juice.
4. Steve Schongold prepares the Hashkama Kiddush and will put out all the food prior to the conclusion of the service. Let Steve know what the extra foods are that has been brought to be sure they are put out.
5. Prior arrangements must be made to check in any food brought into the shul kitchen. Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Food must have a recognized Hechsher and be in an unopened package.