Volunteers prep for the annual Kosher Dinner/Tracy Simmons photo

Kosher Dinner Canceled

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By Lindsey Treffry

Temple Beth Shalom‘s 75th annual Kosher Dinner has been canceled.

The announcement on their Facebook page came just 12 days before the scheduled event.

“Due to difficulties procuring fresh brisket for this event, the very tough decision was made to cancel the dinner this year,” the post says. “Please know that we looked at many different options and solutions before arriving at the decision to cancel. Members: do not sell any more tickets. If you have purchased tickets, please be reassured they will be refunded in full.”
Lindsey Treffry

About Lindsey Treffry

Spokane born-and-raised, Lindsey Treffry works as a copy editor and page designer for The Spokesman-Review. She graduated from the University of Idaho in 2013 with a journalism degree, and now spends her weekends cooking vegan meals and walking her dog, Griffey. She returns to Spokane Faith and Values as a freelance writer, years after interning for the publication during its inception.

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