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Sponsoring Main Minyan Kiddush

Email Sandy to check availability and discuss options. 

Kiddushes may be cosponsored with another person/family at 50% per sponsor.

All Kiddush Sponsorships require two weeks advanced notice, as we have to order the salads from the caterer. Kerry Newman, our Kiddush Coordinator will do the ordering. Questions on menus below or want a specific caterer? Contact Kerry.

Simcha “Gold” Sponsor is $720 and includes:

  • 4 catered salads of your choice (i.e. tuna salad, egg salad, sesame noodles, green salad, edamame salad, etc)
  • Crackers & cheese
  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Hummus
  • Individually wrapped ice cream bars
  • Cakes or cookies
  • Choice of chips, granola bars, pretzels or equivalent snack
  • Drinks (seltzer and iced coffee drinks)

 

Silver Kiddush Sponsor is $360 and includes:

  • 2 catered salads of your choice
  • Fruit 
  • Vegetables
  • Hummus
  • Seltzer
  • Individually wrapped ice cream bars
  • Choice of chips, granola bars, pretzels or equivalent snack

 

You also have the option of a Crescent Ridge Kiddush ($540) and includes:

  • 4 large containers of Crescent Ridge ice cream and toppings, (Please note that sponsor is responsible for ordering and picking up ice cream and toppings at Crescent Ridge). 
  • Fruit 
  • Vegetables
  • Hummus
  • Seltzer
  • Choice of chips, granola bars, pretzels or equivalent snack

 

 

 Sponsoring a 7:30 AM Minyan Kiddush:

1. To book a Kiddush, please contact Andy Shooman or Marty Liss.

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, hummus, salsa, crackers, potato chips, tortilla chips, pretzels, candy, cookies, soda, apple juice, grape juice.

4. The Hashkama Kiddush is prepared and all food put out prior to the conclusion of the service. Please let the Hashkama Leader 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 Rabbi Cheses.  Food must have a recognized Hechsher and be in an unopened package.

Wed, November 30 2022 6 Kislev 5783