Sunday, December 17, 2017 | 12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Lions Gate – Commons Hall
Join Friends of Jewish Senior Housing for the first annual Latke Festival at Lions Gate on Sunday, December 17 at 12 p.m. Lions Gate is located at 1110 Laurel Oak Road in Voorhees, NJ.
Help us to celebrate Hanukkah and vote on the best latkes and creative interpretation of a potato pancake in our region. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy these luscious pancakes fried in oil with crispy browned edges. Just come ready to eat latkes prepared by professional chefs and home cooks. Your attendance will give you the opportunity to vote for your favorite latke. Awards will be presented for the “People’s Choice” and “Best Use of the Potato.” There will be other culinary treats for tasting along with seasonal beverages.
Hanukkah music, a game truck, and other holiday games will share the stage with the latke tasting. Proceeds will support several programs, activities and services for the healthcare residents at Lions Gate and residents of Saltzman, Dubin and Gesher Houses.
For Our Eagles Fans: TVs in the building will have the game playing.
COOK AT THE LATKE FESTIVAL
If you are a professional chef or a home cook who would like to participate in our first annual event, please download the forms on the right and return them to Felice Kelem at email@example.com. The limit is 4 chefs and 4 home cooks, and will be decided on a first come, first served basis.
Lions Gate is a Kosher facility and your will need to adhere to the dietary laws if you participate.
Please contact Felice Kelem at (856) 679-2189 for additional questions.
HELP US LIGHT THE MENORAH
Help us celebrate light over darkness, and enrich the quality of life for our residents who need our help. For your generous donation of $36 your name will be displayed on one of the Menorah candles. Make a $118 donation and your name will be presented on the Shamash candle. Donations made for the Help Us Light the Menorah are 100% tax-deductible.
Lions Gate has been made possible in part, through the generosity of the Raymond and Gertrude R. Saltzman Foundation.