Passover in and around the community — and the world

Passover in and around the community — and the world

Rabbi Yosef Orenstein of Valley Chabad in Woodcliff Lake and two of his children, Meir and Chaya, recorded a model seder for local senior homes before Passover. Every other year, Rabbi Orenstein has done this in person, but this year that wasn’t possible, so he adapted to the new reality. Residents were able to watch the recorded seder in their own rooms before Passover, using the homes’ internal TV. Valley Chabad

A Jewish soldier stationed in Germany receives a Passover package from the Rockland County-based Koshertroops, which assembles kosher-for-Passover care packages that are delivered to American service men and women at home and abroad. For more information, go to courtesy Koshertroops

Jewish Home at Rockleigh volunteer Mickey Levine loads her car as JHR staffer Carlo filled it with Passover meals to be delivered to local seniors living at home. A team of Jewish Home Family volunteers brought more than 350 meals, which were prepared at JHR and delivered before Passover in compliance with a safe, no-contact protocol. Courtesy JHF