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Gift Cards

Purchase Gift Cards and Grocery Cards when you stop by Beth El or shop online and use Beth El’s code. This easy, convenient fundraising program won’t cost you anything except the face value of the gift card. Choose gift cards from a wide selection of retailers and restaurants, in amounts starting at $10 and going as high as you need! Whether you shop at Home Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond or need iTunes cards for your kids, you’ll find the perfect gift cards through this program! Learn more.

Beth El Cookbook

cookbookOur favorite recipes are always the ones we’ve tasted at friends’ and relatives’ homes. Now, this fabulous collection of tried and true 350 Kosher recipes are available to our community.  Learn more.

 

 

High Holy Day Challah Sale

Order your Holiday Challahs and Kuchen.  Baked goods by Unger’s Bakery. Proceeds benefit Beth El’s Youth Groups.

 

 

Pancake Festival

Pancakes, Pancakes, Pancakes! Our annual all-you-can-eat pancake festival includes an array of toppings and side dishes for anyone who loves to nosh and socialize.  Ofte includes a 50/50 raffle, gift shop discounts and is paired with our annual South Hills Genealogy Day. Open to the community!

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