Second Annual Chinese Community Buffet

January 16, 2020

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Make Kosher Chinese food, and they will come…;

In New York City or even in Tidewater, scoring a reservation at a Chinese restaurant on Christmas Day, is well, like a miracle. No miracles needed for reservations at the Chinese Community Dinner at Beth Sholom Village.

For the second consecutive year, Beth Sholom Village was the place to be for residents, family, and friends of the community on December 25. The nearly 100 people who attended included those of all faiths—some celebrated Hanukkah, and others celebrated Christmas. It did not matter. When a loved one is in long-term care, it is easy to visit BSV with the out-of-town family members and have a meal together. No cooking or cleaning—just enjoying good company and good food.

The fare was typical Chinese food—egg rolls, General Tso’s chicken, and beef and broccoli, to name a few of the options. And, of course, chopsticks were included.

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