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Best Seder Ever Contest

Enter MyJewishLearning's Best Seder Ever contest...and you could win more matzah than you can imagine.

What’s your best Passover story? It can be a horror story about Passover cleaning, or the story of how your parents met and fell in love at a Passover concert at college…or about the time your grandfather came to the seder dressed as a giant frog.

MyJewishLearning wants to hear your Passover memory.

best seder ever passover contestIt can be silly. It can be serious, or sad, or romantic. It shouldn’t be long–tell us in a few sentences (200 words or fewer) the best, worst, or most interesting thing that’s ever happened to you during Passover. Or film it, make it 2 minutes or less, and send us the YouTube or Vimeo link.

Send it to matthue@myjewishlearning.com by Monday, March 22, at 5 p.m. EST. Make sure to include your address and phone number. The winning entry will be announced on Wednesday, March 24, and published on MyJewishLearning.com. And we’ll send you the biggest box of matzah you’ve ever seen, just in time for Passover.

(Sorry, but we’re only able to send matzah to addresses in the United States and Canada.)

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