Yavneh Girls was graced with a visit from Dayan Berger who affixed a Mezuza into the front door of our new building. Addressing the girls, Dayan Berger spoke of the unique responsibility that the Yavneh Girls have in representing the community, referring to Yavneh as a crown in the jewel of Manchester Jewry.
Other Mezuzos were affixed by Rabbi Ephraim Guttentag, Rabbi Boruch Krasner, Rabbi Benjy Simmonds, Danny Lopian and other staff members.
The students enjoyed affixing the other Mezuzos around the school.
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The entire school joined Lani Eshel (BA shlicha) & Laura Silbermann (Mizrachi shlicha) for a dynamic demonstration of the Mitzvah of Hafrashat Challah (separating a portion of the dough which was once given to the Kohen). The sixth form students gracefully stepped into a leadership role as they helped run the event up until the very last detail. We spoke of the meaning infused in this very special Mitzvah to women, and the girls tried out different ways to shape and add toppings to the dough.
The aroma of the challot baking was a delightful way to finish off the event.
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