Mr. Ophir, who teachers Near Eastern Studies from the Jewish perspective, came and took our students through a traditional Passover meal in the Oasis cafeteria. A committee of students, operating with Jen Harper, Steve's wife, organized the evening, and our cafeteria staff produced the meal.
|The head table, for Mr. Ophir and the students participating in the readings|
|A traditional Passover plates with all the elements.|
|Elaine makes and eats a "Hillel" sandwich: maror (horseradish as the bitter herb) and charoset (apple, honey, and nut mash to represent the mortar of the Egyptian slaves) between two pieces of matzah.|