TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW)--A brunch and food fair helped give Topekans a greater understanding of Jewish culture today.
Temple Beth Sholom served up blintzes, rolled cabbage, matzo ball soup and bagels at its annual blintze brunch.
Visitors also got to feast their eyes on beautiful and informative displays and performances of Jewish music and Israeli dancing.
Rabbi Debbie Stiel says the event helps foster awareness and goodwill.
Our own Doug Meyers had the chance to attend Temple Beth Sholom's 47th annual blintz brunch.
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