By Rabbi Mark Melamut
Our K-2nd grade B3 Sunday School students learned about what makes a sukkah “kosher” and then went to work on their own candy sukkot.
Some details include:
-Walls can be made of any material as long as they don’t move too much in the wind.
-Sukkah should be large enough for 1 person, 1 table and 1 chair.
-The roof is made of “schach” (once living materials like tree branches, etc)
-Needs to be located in open space
Candy sukkot materials included: graham crackers (walls), starburst (windows), icing (“glue”), skittles and sprinkles (decoration) and parsley for the roof’s green materials.
It was a sweet and happy sukkot celebration, and then we finished with Pizza n’ the Hut!
We are all looking forward to our Simchat Torah Candy Parade – this Thurs evening 6-8 (with a veggie potluck)
A REFLECTION FOR THE NEW YEAR:
“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ― Rumi
Rabbi Mark Melamut