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Shabbat in Baton Rouge

Daniel Gavin joined Mendel Traxler to spend Shabbos in Baton Rouge to supply kosher food and a Shabbos environment for the many rescue and relief workers on the ground there. This photograph is from the website of the Texas Friends of Chabad Lubavitch, www.chabadtexas.org.

spiritual care response team

Daniel Gavin joined Mendel Traxler to spend Shabbos in Baton Rouge to supply kosher food and a Shabbos environment for the many rescue and relief workers on the ground there. This photograph is from the website of the Texas Friends of Chabad Lubavitch, www.chabadtexas.org.

kosher food delivery

Daniel Gavin joined Mendel Traxler to spend Shabbos in Baton Rouge to supply kosher food and a Shabbos environment for the many rescue and relief workers on the ground there. This photograph is from the website of the Texas Friends of Chabad Lubavitch, www.chabadtexas.org.

UVA Hillel: Notes from the Road

This is a blog from the University of Virginia Hillel’s spring 2006 Alternative Spring Break trip to Biloxi, Mississippi. The blog, http://uvahillel.blogspot.com, was updated from March 6-11, 2006, with each of the students taking turns writing entries. Students spent their spring break removing mold, gutting houses, volunteering in local schools, and spending Shabbat with the Biloxi area Jewish community.

Shabbat in Biloxi

This is a blog entry titled “Shabbat in Biloxi” by University of Virginia student Daniel Crane. The entry was posted to the University of Virginia Hillel’s blog, http://uvahillel.blogspot.com, on March 11, 2006. Students from the University of Virginia Hillel spent their spring break in Biloxi, Mississippi, gutting houses damaged by Hurricane Katrina. This entry describes the group’s Shabbat experiences. They spent part of Shabbat with the Jewish Community of Biloxi, sharing dinner and services...