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JEWISH LIVING IN LANE COUNTY

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The Jewish Federation of Lane County

PO Box 5924
Eugene 97405
541-484-2541
Web site: www.jewishfedlc.org
E-mail: jewishfederationlc@gmail.com

Serving the social service, cultural and educational needs of the Jewish community in Lane County, Israel and the world.

Community Education

  • Direct financial support for B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Young Judaea, Hillel and the Jewish Public Affairs Committee
  • Financial and organizational support for a wide variety of local cultural events
  • JCRC (Jewish Community Relations Committee)

International Aid

  • Relief, evacuation and/or resettlement for Jews in dozens of countries
  • Establishment and support of international Hillels, Jewish libraries, Jewish Federations and other Jewish outreach programs worldwide
  • Rehabilitation of disadvantaged Israeli neighborhoods, including education and vocational training
  • Support for Jews in need throughout the world

Scholarship Opportunities

  • The JFLC offers Jewish Youth Experience Scholarships which may be used for Jewish youth conferences and other events as well as travel to Israel.
  • Amounts of scholarships will be determined by available funds, number of applicants and demonstrated need of applicants.
  • Applicants must live in Lane County.
  • Scholarships are available to Jewish youth 5-19 years old.
  • Application forms are available at our website: www.jewishfedlc.org (click for forms) or by phone at (541) 484-2541.

Jewish Family Services

Caring for our children, families and elders
Funded and operated by the Jewish Federation of Lane County

  • Counseling, assessment and problem-solving for seniors, families and children
  • Elderly visitation program, providing personal and phone visits and family support for local elderly Jews.
  • Social and cultural activities for senior citizens such as senior lunches, Shabbat Baskets and Holiday Baskets for homebound seniors.
  • Referral to community services
  • Client Advocacy

Contact Social Service Coordinator at (541) 484-2541

Jewish Family Service Fundraiser - Blessing Baskets

Perform a Mitzvah for the community by purchasing a beautifully wrapped basket full of nonperishable food to be donated to needy families. Blessing Baskets are great alternatives to flowers or disposable decorations. Wonderful for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, celebrations and gifts for special events. Baskets can be coordinated to fit your theme and color scheme. The cost of each basket is $65.00 and includes the basket, food and delivery to a needy family following the event. Please contact Jewish Family Services for more information.

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CONGREGATIONS

TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL - Reconstructionist
www.tbieugene.org
info@tbieugene.org
Senior Rabbi: Yitzhak Husbands-Hankin rabbiyitz@tbieugene.org
Associate Rabbi: Rabbi Boris Dolin rabbiboris@tbieugene.org
1175 E. 29th Ave.
Eugene, OR  97403
Phone: (541) 485-7218
Fax: (541) 485-7105
Talmud Torah Religious School: (541) 485-1898
TBI Preschool: (541) 345-7314

Temple Beth Israel is a center for Jewish life embracing traditional wisdom with contemporary insight. We promote the spiritual, educational and social well-being of our members, the Jewish people of Lane County, and the larger community. TBI is a member of the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation and of the Community of Welcoming Congregations. Temple Beth Israel is an egalitarian, welcoming spiritual community. TBI has a history of strong, community-supported educational programs, from our preschool to Talmud Torah (the religious school) to our teen and community education programs. We are actively involved in interfaith efforts across Lane County, and nationally, toward peace and social justice.

Committees

  • Arts & Aesthetics
  • Bikur Cholim (Visiting the Sick)
  • Chevra Kadisha (Burial Society)
  • Community Education/Cultural Arts
  • Development Team
  • Finance
  • Gift Shop
  • K'vod Ha-Teva (Honoring Nature)
  • Library • Membership • Preschool
  • Talmud Torah
  • Tefillah U'Minhag (Ritual and Practice)
  • Tzedakah V'Chesed (Social Services)

Havurot offered at Temple Beth Israel

  • Jewish Genealogy http://www.nwfam.com/jgswvo.html
  • Interfaith Couples meets the second Saturday of the month for socializing and to share common concerns
  • Rosh Chodesh: New Moon Women's Group
  • Queer Chavurah
  • Yiddish Club (all levels) Meetings provide an enjoyable environment to revive skills, exchange and read stories and to share jokes and transliterations. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 3:00pm
  • Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood

For more information on any of these committees or chavurot or to be added to the weekly email please call the Temple Beth Israel office at (541) 485-1898 or visit www.tbieugene.org

Education at Temple Beth Israel

Temple Beth Israel Preschool
Phone: (541) 345-7314
http://tbieugene.org/preschool.html

The preschool program at Temple Beth Israel offer the highest quality, developmentally appropriate, anti-bias Jewish learning environment for children ages 2 1/2 through five years. Classes run on a part day schedule Monday through Friday, September through June with a shortened summer session. The staff is highly qualified and the program is state accredited.
  • Weeschool
    Especially for children ages 2 1/2 -3 1/2, Weeschool is a nurturing and exciting place where children learn to work and play together. The teacher child ratio is 1:7 and the emphasis is on hands-on exploration.
  • Preschool
    Our Preschool is for children ages 3 1/2 through 5 years. Preschoolers enjoy lots of opportunities to learn, explore and play. There is an emphasis on social interactions and special events.
  • Judaic Programming
    All children experience the richness of celebrating weekly Shabbats and all the Jewish holidays.
  • Morning Care and After Care
    Early morning care is available with school doors opening at 7:30 a.m. After school programming is offered Tuesday and Thursday afternoons until 3 p.m.
  • Summer Program
    A shortened 4-day a week summer program is offered for 5 weeks.
Temple Beth Israel Talmud Torah and Shalhevet School
Phone: (541) 485-1898
http://tbieugene.org/talmud_torah.html

TBI's Talmud Torah offers students from pre-K through high school a Jewish education that celebrates the vitality of Jewish tradition and ritual through a progressive, pluralistic approach to Judaism. Our students study Torah, tefilah (prayer), Jewish holidays, Jewish history, Hebrew language, Israeli life and culture, Jewish values and more. Our curriculum also includes music time, creative projects, and school-wide celebrations of Jewish holidays. Our school values diversity within the Jewish community and seeks to nurture a healthy and positive Jewish identity.
  • Pre-K-2nd Grades
    The pre-K through 2nd grade meets once a week throughout the school year. The emphasis is on beginning prayer, introduction to Hebrew letters, Torah stories, holidays and mitzvot. The classes are taught through a variety of different methods including music, art and cooking.
  • 3rd-5th Grades
    The 3rd through 5th grade classes meet twice a week and concentrate on beginning Modern Hebrew, the culture and people of Modern Israel, and introduction to the prayers and rituals involved with becoming a B'nai Mitzvah.
  • 6th and 7th Grades
    The 6th and 7th grade programs meet twice a week and are now fully immersed in the B'nai Mitzvah preparation program. Students continue to build their core Modern Hebrew vocabulary and work on Jewish prayers and traditions as well as beginning to learn about Jewish history through the ages. As students prepare for their B'nai Mitzvah, they meet regularly with a tutor, and they have the opportunity to work directly with both of our rabbis.
  • 8th-12th Grades
    The post B'nai Mitzvah program invites students to interact with their Jewish peers through a homeroom class and then split into two different sections. Students have the choice to participate in an electives class that combines movies, cooking and art projects or to take Modern Hebrew. The Modern Hebrew class can be taken as a language class and students can receive foreign language credit through the 4J school district.


OR HAGAN - LIGHT OF THE GARDEN JEWISH COMMUNITY
Spiritual Leader: Rabbi Jonathan Seidel, PhD
jonseidel@aol.com
www.orhagan.org
P.O. BOX 5582
Eugene, OR 97405
(541) 434-6551
Saturday Services followed by potluck dairy Kiddush
9:30 a.m. Torah study
10:15 a.m. Service begins
at Unity of the Valley
3912 Dillard at Hilyard St.
Eugene OR

Or haGan is a new Conservative congregation devoted to deepening our Jewish spiritual paths, learning Torah, lively and meaningful worship, and developing new programs for Eugene and the Southern Willamette Valley Jewish community. We are a friendly and open community founded on classical Jewish traditions and s, practiced within the context of modern interpretations and applications. The Jewish year 5765 marks the beginning of our first cycle. For our children, belonging to a Jewish community exposes them to a living history of their ancestors' experiences, and teaches them a moral context within which to live. The reading and study of Torah represent not only an opportunity to learn God's teachings, as interpreted by the Jewish people, but is a process which makes their connection to community concrete. We are committed not only to preparing our children for B'nai Mitzvah, but in striving to keep them active participants in Jewish life as they pass through their teen years and beyond. Our programs include:
  • Weekly Shabbat Services
  • Religious and Hebrew School
  • Teen Youth Group
  • Adult education including B'nai Mitzvah
  • Senior outreach
  • Davenology: Study of the technique, practice, and meaning of Jewish prayer
  • Tutoring in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Jewish texts
  • Israeli Folk Dancing
... and much more. Or haGan invites those who not only want to participate in a dynamic Jewish community, but to be part of building and defining that community, to contact us for more information.

CONGREGATION AHAVAS TORAH - Orthodox
3800 Ferry St.
Eugene 97405
Phone (541) 334-6772
http://www.minyan.us/

Ahavas Torah offers a traditional environment for Jews to learn about their Jewish heritage and to experience the true spiritual depth and pleasure of Judaism. Community members are welcome to join them for Shabbat services, adult and youth learning groups, and social activities. Contact the office for information on the Mikvah, Kashruth for businesses and homes or other information

AD-OLAM SYNAGOGUE WITHOUT WALLS
Rabbi: Hanan Sills
PO Box 5701
Eugene 97405
Phone: (541) 344-7945
adolam@adolam.org
http://adolam.org

Ad-Olam is a religious and educational outreach program to Jews and non-Jews alike who want to connect with and learn about Jewish spirit and traditions. Rabbi Hanan Sills, founder of Ad-Olam and the Joys of Jewishing, with his rabbi's bag in hand, continues to serve and bring the Spirit of Jewish Wellness and Renewal into the community through his "outreach work": of major public community and life cycle events, holiday celebrations (High Holy Day Services, Pesach Seder, etc.), creative Shabbat rituals & services, public lectures, etc., and his "inreach work", with a bevy of home centered programs: Shabbat Shalom dedications, classes, tutoring, Jewish films, pastoral counseling services, teen mentoring, etc.
For Rabbi Hanan, his mission and that of Ad Olam is "nothing less than the mitzvah of reviving the home as the center of Jewish life, which it was for millennia."
For more details, please check the Ad Olam website: http://adolam.org

JEWISH COMMUNITY HAVURAH OF EUGENE
P.O. Box 934
Eugene, OR 97440
adventurousadam@yahoo.com
http://havurah.fishbone.com/

The mission of the Jewish Community Havurah of Eugene is to continue to create a community that celebrates and shares Shabbat, typically with Friday potluck dinners in private homes with varying themes. The average range is between 25-45, but we welcome people of all ages, from infants to elders and the group is open to anyone who is either Jewish or who has an interest in Judaism.

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Out of Town Congregations and Other Community Groups

Florence

FLORENCE HAVURAH
Contact: Lucille Herr (541) 997-2051

Portland

CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL - Reform
1972 NW Flanders Street
Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503) 222-1069
FAX: (503) 274-1400
Religious School phone: (503)222-2037

www.bethisrael-pdx.org/
resources@BethIsrael-pdx.org

CONGREGATION NEVEH SHALOM - Conservative
2900 SW Peaceful Lane
Portland, OR 97239
Phone: (503) 246-8831
FAX: (503) 246-7553
www.nevehshalom.org
info@nevehshalom.org

HAVURAH SHALOM - Reconstructionist
825 NW 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503) 248-4662
FAX: (503) 248-4668
www.havurahshalom.org

Salem

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM - Reconstructionist
1247 Cunningham Lane S
Salem, OR 97302
Phone: (503) 362-5004
www.tbsholom.org
tbssholom@aol.com


JEWISH COMMUNITY OF CENTRAL OREGON- Unaffiliated
PO Box 1773
Bend, OR 97709
Phone: (541) 385-6421
www.JCCOBend.com
Contact@Jccobend.com

Ashland

TEMPLE EMEK SHALOM - Reform
1800 East Main Street
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone: (541) 488-2909
www.emekshalom.org
TEShalom@emekshalom.org

HAVURAH SHIR HADASH - Renewal
185 N. Mountain Ave
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone: (541) 488-7716
www.havurahshirhadash.org
ashlandhavurah@yahoo.com

Corvallis

 

CONGREGATION BEIT AM MID-WILLAMETTE JEWISH COMMUNITY - Unaffiliated
625 NW 36th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone: (541) 753-0067
P.O Box 1143
Corvallis, OR 97339
www.beitam.org
office@beitam.org

Roseburg

UMPQUA VALLEY HAVURAH - Unaffiliated
PMB 5044
1030 West Harvard Blvd
Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: (541) 677-0575

For other congregations around Oregon please refer to www.jewishportland.org

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SUMMER CAMPS

B'NAI B'RITH
www.bbcamp.org
MKoplan@bbcamp.org
Contact: Michelle Koplan
Phone: 503 452-3444
9400 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. #147,
Beaverton, OR 97005
Located on a lakeshore on the Oregon Coast.
Camp: 541 994-2218

SOLOMON SCHECHTER (Conservative Movement)
www.campschechter.org
info@campschechter.org
Contact: Carolyn D’Abora
Phone: (206) 447-1967
FAX: (206) 447-2629
Located on 160 wooded acres in Olympia, Washington. Kosher meals served.

URJ CAMP KALSMAN
www.Kalsman.urjcamps.org
Email: CampKalsman@urj.org
Contact: David Berkman
Phone: (425)284-4484
Located on over 300 acres in Arlington WA (about an hour outside of Seattle).

CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA WEST
http://www.cyjwest.org/
yjwest@youngjudaea.org
Phone: 866-995-9378 or (503) 244-9322
FAX: (503) 244-9586
Located near Salem, Oregon at the 4-H Conference and Education Center.

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YOUTH GROUPS

B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION
www.bbyo.org
Egr@BBYO.org
Matt Lemchen, Regional Director
Phone: (206) 232-7115 ext. 241
FAX: (206) 232-7119 Attn: BBYO

A youth led organization of teens grades 9 through 12. Opportunities for youth to develop their leadership potential, a positive Jewish identity, and a commitment to their personal development. In Eugene, Chaim Hazaz AZA (Aleph Zadik Aleph) is the young men's chapter, and Livanan BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls) is the young women's chapter.

YOUNG JUDAEA
www.youngjudaea.org
yjow@qwest.net
Barbara Barde, Area Supervisor for the Northwest
Phone: 1-866-995-9392
FAX: (503) 244-9586

Zionist youth group sponsors local activities for youth from third to twelfth grades. Members have a lot of fun and can participate in local, regional and international conventions, which are both educational and social.

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MISCELLANEOUS

JEWISH PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM (JPAF)
Contact: Jewish Federation of Lane County
Phone: (541) 484-2541

Monthly forums discussing issues important to the Jewish community.

JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF WILLAMETTE VALLEY OREGON (JGSWVO)
www.nwfam.com/jgswvo.html
Contact: Reeva Kimble
Phone: (541) 345-8129
Monthly meetings on 2nd Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. to learn how to research your Jewish family history as well as Jewish history and culture. JGSWVO is a member of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS)
See our website for meeting topics, contacts, directions, genealogy research links and more.

AMERICAN RED CROSS HOLOCAUST TRACING SERVICE
www.redcross.org/services/intl/holotrace/
Contact: (410) 624-2090

Helps families trace relatives who disappeared during the Holocaust.
Conducts in-depth inquiries accessing millions of documents and records

OREGON JEWISH MUSEUM
www.ojm.org
museum@ojm.org
1953 NW Kearney Street
Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503) 226-3600
FAX: (503) 226-1800

Open Tue-Thu 10:30am - 4pm; Fri. 10:30 am - 3pm; Sun 1 pm - 4 pm

The Oregon Jewish Museum is dedicated to the preservation, research and exhibition of art, archival materials and artifacts of the Jewish people. OJM is the repository for archival materials, artifacts and photographs concerning the history of the Jewish people in Oregon.

JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER PORTLAND
www.jewishportland.org
Info@jewishportland.org
6680 SW Capitol Highway
Portland, OR 97219
Phone: (503) 245-6219
FAX: (503) 245-6603

B'NAI B'RITH INTERNATIONAL
B'nai B'rith International
www.bnaibrith.org
Western
Region
19528 Ventura Blvd Unit 729
Tarzana CA, 91356
Phone: (818) 380-0730

Founded in 1843, with members throughout the United States and over 50 countries, B'nai B'rith International is a leader in the areas of international affairs, domestic policies, senior services and Jewish identity. The oldest, most widely known and respected Jewish organization worldwide, B'nai B'rith advocates for Jewish unity, security and continuity.

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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

HAROLD SCHNITZER FAMILY PROGRAM IN JUDAIC STUDIES
http://pages.uoregon.edu/jdst/
Dagreen@uoregon.edu
Contact: Dr. Deborah A. Green
Prince Lucien Campbell Hall, room 837
5273 University of Oregon
Eugene OR, 97403
Phone: 541 346-5288
Fax: (541)346-4118

The interdisciplinary Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies provides a comprehensive undergraduate curriculum in the history, religion, and civilization of the Jewish people, and offers instruction in Classical Hebrew language and literature. The program offers a Judaic Studies Major leading to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree and a Judaic Studies Minor. In addition, the program offers public lectures, brown bag seminars, and other events of campus wide and community interest.

OREGON HILLEL
www.oregonhillel.org
info@oregonhillel.org
1059 Hilyard ST Eugene OR, 97401
Phone: 541 343-8920

Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life is the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. At Oregon Hillel we provide opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity as we work to provoke a renaissance of Jewish life.

Our mission is to maximize the number of Jews doing Jewish with other Jews. We actively seek to engage uninvolved students on their own terms: to provide them with opportunities to express their Judaism in ways that are meaningful and appealing to them. Students are empowered to take responsibility for their Jewish identity, whether they wish to participate in a community service project, express themselves artistically, participate in a social event, engage in informal Jewish learning or attend religious services.

CHABAD HOUSE
Jewish Student Center
1330 East 20th Ave
JewishUO.com
www.chabadofeugene.org/
e-mail: rabbi@chabadofeugene.org
Phone: 541.484.7665

Chabad House is a Jewish student organization providing social, educational, recreational, and spiritual programs for students.   They offer ongoing classes, Shabbat dinners, a Women's Circle, etc. Chabad House is a local representative of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's international Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNITY
791 E 15th Ave
Eugene OR, 97401
http://sites.google.com/site/uoaepi/

SIGMA MU OMEGA SOROTITY
PO Box 3435
Eugene, OR 97401
www.uosigma.com/Sigma_Mu_Omega/Contact_Us.html

JEWISH STUDENT UNION
http://gladstone.uoregon.edu/~jsu/
Contact: (541) 346-4366

Ethnic student group at the University of Oregon, sponsors Shoah Week, the Jewish Film Festival, and other cultural and educational programming.

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JUDAIC ART AND GIFTS

JUDITH HANKIN - Artist
Phone - (541) 344-0614

Papercut artist makes Jewish cards, mezuzahs and commissioned prints.

PHYLLIS KANTOR - Artist
judaicweaving.com/

Hand-woven Judaica gifts including challah covers, matzo covers, kipot, tallitot and tallit bags.

REEVA KIMBLE - Artist
Phone - (541) 345-8129
http://pages.uoregon.edu/rkimble/hebrewcallig/HebrewEnglishCallig.html

Calligrapher creates Jewish invitations and framed art pieces.

SHONNA HUSBANDS-HANKIN - Artist
Phone -(541) 484-6053
http://www.wingsofshechinah.com

Artist and teacher specializes in Jewish wedding and anniversary contracts (Ketubot), women's silk prayer shawls (taleisim) and custom Judaica.

TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL GIFT SHOP
Phone - (541) 485-7218

Judaica shop offers a great selection of items including books, tapes, menorahs, mezuzot, Seder plates, jewelry, holiday gifts and special orders.

APEX TRADING COMPANY
IsraelWholesale.com
9640 SW Sunshine Court
500 Beaverton OR, 97005
Phone: 866-2644-4547

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MUSICIANS

EMILY FOX - (541) 345-5119
Singer, guitarist, teacher, available to sing or accompany for Jewish events. Familiar with Hebrew and Jewish songs and Klezmer.

ROB TOBIAS - (541) 343-9243
Performs Jewish folk music for special events and for children's programs.

KLEZMONAUTS - Chip (541) 484-9818
From diverse backgrounds, the Klezmonauts infuse the traditional Jewish party music with a variety of styles. Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, and special events.

PUBLICATIONS

JEWISH REVIEW
www.jewishreview.org
E-mail: news@jewishreview.org
Phone: 503 245-4340

Published bi-weekly. Award winning newspaper features local, regional, national and world news events that affect Jewish people and Israel. Free. Donations requested.

SHALOM OREGON
www.shalomoregon.com

Shalom Oregon is the online edition of the guide to the Jewish communities of Oregon and southwest Washington. "On occasion, we think of ourself as one community, regardless of the great diversity that distinguishes us. At other times, we are keenly aware of the differences we share. In the end, however, we are all Jews. Shalom Oregon is our attempt to bring together in one place a comprehensive resource for every Jew here or who may be considering coming here."
Shalom Oregon is a project of the Jewish Review, which is published by the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland.

JERUSALEM POST
www.jpost.com

Phone: 1-800-448-9291
The first English language newspaper in Israel. Different subscription options.

LILITH MAGAZINE
www.Lilith.org

An independent national Jewish women's magazine

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RESTAURANTS and GROCERY STORES

 

There are no kosher restaurants in Lane County. However, there are a few eateries of interest to local Jews:

COSTCO
2828 Chad Drive
Eugene, OR 97408
Phone: (541) 285-2000
Daily 10:00-6:00

The food counter serves Hebrew National hot dogs and a soda for $1.50.

BARRY'S ESPRESSO AND BAKERY
2805 Oak Street
Eugene, OR 97405
Phone: (541) 343-6444
804 E. 12th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 343-1141

Baked goods including Challah, knishes, etc. Seating for diners.

HUMBLE BAGEL
2435 Hilyard Street
Eugene, OR 97405
Phone: (541) 484-4497

Baked goods including bagels, challah, rugelach, etc.

ALEXANDER'S GREAT FALAFEL STAND -Kosher
Corner of 13th and Kincaid beside U of O Bookstore
Phone: (541) 895-4200

In Portland

RON'S CENTER DELI
(located in the Mittleman Jewish Community Center)
(All products under rabbinic supervision)
6651 SW Capitol Hwy.
Phone:(503) 244-0664

Bakery. Menu items include pastrami and corned beef sandwiches

BAYLA'S PATISSERE - Kosher
2821 SW Carolina Street
Portland, OR 97239
Phone: (503) 246-0107
baylaobrien@yahoo.com

Exquisite celebration and dessert cakes. Fine desserts and specialty cookies. Delicious breads and challah.

KORNBLATT'S - Deli
628 NW 23rd
Portland, OR 97210
Phone: (503) 242-0055

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Grocery Stores

Many local grocery stores have sections with Jewish foods that expand at Passover time and some have a frozen food section as well.

TRADER JOE'S
85 Oakway Center
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 485-1744

Fresh Kosher meat available. The store also has a pamphlet on all Kosher food available there.

ALBERTSON'S - Portland
5415 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway
Portland, OR 97221
Phone: (503) 246-1713

Albertson's features a full-line Glatt Kosher Meat Deli, with a full deli case, and Pareve Kosher Bakery, with a full-time Mashgiach under OU supervision, as well as a very extensive line of fresh and frozen Kosher foods for Passover and year round.

Jewish Living In Lane County

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