Epstein Seder tradition

Following Passover Seder tradition, Epstein School seventh-grader Adam Sturisky, right, places a piece of unleavened bread in a bag to hide for the end of the meal. The matzo is known as the afikomen, which is symbolic of future redemption. From left, Neri Cohen, Juliana Zitron and Lior Granath watch. The Epstein School welcomed Faith Lutheran School of Marietta to an interfaith Seder, created to engage students in sharing their faiths and an appreciation of one another. Passover begins at sundown March 25.

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