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I moved from dank, dark North Manchester, U.K. to Karmiel, Western Galilee, Israel in March 2010. It is, believe me, one of the sunniest, loveliest towns on earth. With a background in local Jewish journalism I continue to write freelance. I manage several blogs, have  appeared on Technorati and Blogcritics and now contribute to the online magazine, 'Live Encounters'. My main blog is Alwayswriteagain (http://wwwalwayswriteagain.blogspot.com

Monday, 8 November 2010

How Did The Hole Get In The Doughnut?


Question.MarkWhat has four lights, 200 questions and more doughnuts than you can eat?


Question.MarkThe answer for all English-speakers who can spin a dreidle (top) between Haifa and Karmiel is the first ESRA Chanucah Supper Quiz to be held in Karmiel, and imported for your holiday entertainment directly from Manchester, U.K.

Question.MarkThis event has been devised by a recent oleh and will be held on Motze’i Shabbat Chanucah (Saturday evening 04 December) at the Spitzer Community Centre, Kehillat Hakerem, Karmiel.There will be prizes for the winners.

Question.MarkEntrance fee is 20 NIS and net proceeds from the event will benefit both ESRA charities and the synagogue.

Question.MarkI’ll post regular updates about this major charity bash until the chag (festival) and am offering readers vital clues about how to answer tough questions.

Question.Mark Here’s the first: “latkes and doughnuts”. (I warned you it won’t be easy!). What’s more, the quiz master will kill me for letting the Chanucah cat out of the cupboard but he can’t see me writing!


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