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Date:8/6/2009

etball game in the history of the Garden. In 2005, Maccabi became the first international team to win on North American soil when they defeated the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre.

"Everyone had a ball the last time we did this," Katz said. "We figured why not have a ball - literally - this time made out of matzo to celebrate this amazing game coming up? The opportunity for everyone to participate in the festivities of the October game with the Knicks began today."

The Guinness record-setting caloric colossus baked by Noah's Ark Original Deli, stood three feet high and required an army of hens working around the clock to provide 1,000 eggs, combined with 80 pounds of margarine, with 200 pounds of matzo meal and 20 pounds of chicken base.

Noam Sokolow, owner of Noah's Ark, who directed the planning and "deli development" of the behemoth ball, said, "This culinary caper really was all about making the impossible possible. Yes, Noah's Ark has been voted the best corned beef sandwich in the United States, but now we've created something that helps more than an appetite ... it helps draw attention to at-risk children."

Israel Prize Laureate Rabbi Y.D. Grossman founded Migdal Ohr in 1972 with 18 children in a small one-story building in Northern Israel. Today Migdal Ohr is roughly the size of the Columbia University campus, where each day thousands of children from all over the world are fed, clothed, housed, educated and nurtured on to productive lives. Migdal Ohr runs a network of schools, providing academic and vocational studies while integrating new immigrant children into Israeli society through specialized curricula and after-school programs.

Tickets are available at migdalohrusa.org.


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