The Rashi School - Macaroni Groggers

This year, students at the Rashi School found a creative, new way to celebrate Purim and give back to their community at the same time by using boxes of macaroni and cheese to use as groggers during the Purim festivities, which will then be donated to a local food bank.

This year, students at the Rashi School found a creative, new way to celebrate Purim and give back to their community at the same time by using boxes of macaroni and cheese to use as groggers during the Purim festivities, which will then be donated to a local food bank.

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