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Do You Need a Meal For Shavuos?

Jeff Seidel and Chuck Leavell

Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash 90

Chuck Leavell (r), a keyboard player touring with the Rolling Stones, and his wife, took a selfie picture with Jeff Seidel (c) at the Kotel on Tuesday.

And here’s Jeff with Charlie Watts, drummer for The Rolling Stones:

Jeff Seidel and Charlie Watts. Photo by: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90

Jeff Seidel and Charlie Watts.
Photo by: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90

Jeff, a regular fixture at the Kotel, is best known for finding last minute Shabbat meals for young Jews visiting the Kotel on Friday night, so they can experience what a real Shabbos actually is (as well as for his saddle shoes).

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2 Responses to “Do You Need a Meal For Shavuos?”

  1. Jeff Seidel is following in the footsteps of the late, great Rabbi Meir Schuster.

  2. Yum! You’re the man Jeff!

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