Passover Celebrated

  • Each adult diner drinks four cups of wine, representing the redemption of the Israelites from slavery under the Egyptians at Kona Beth Shalom's Passover seder Friday evening at Maka‘eo Pavilion. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • Above: Lila and Daniel Rosenberg, visiting from New York, ceremonially wash their hands for Passover seder.

  • Barry Blum, Kona Beth Shalom past president and founding member, explains the significance of ceremonial food at the Passover seder Friday evening.

  • Ceremonial foods all have meaning at Kona Beth Shalom's Passover seder Friday evening at Maka‘eo Pavilion. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
  • Ruth Bernstone lights candles signifying the start of Kona Beth Shalom’s Passover seder.

  • Left: Members of Kona Beth Shalom are joined by island visitors celebrating the Passover seder Friday evening at Maka‘eo Pavilion. (Photos by Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

Members of Kona Beth Shalom welcome visitors for their Passover seder Friday evening at Makaeo Pavilion.

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