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Free Soup in Lerner

If you can brave the cold weather long enough to make it to Lerner, then you’re in luck! Chabad is giving out free chicken soup right now.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Ooh, what kind? If it’s coming out of one of those gatorade containers, I feel like it’s probably just broth…

  • SirThomasBrowne says:

    @SirThomasBrowne They keep saying it’s “vegetarian” chicken soup. I don’t really know what that means. But it can’t be good.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It was chicken-style vegetarian soup. Actually not too bad – tasted like Cup-O-Soup.
    It was advertising for our free (actual) homemade Chicken soup/matzah balls delivery for when you are sick. Call the number and get soup and a care package delivered to your dorm. FOR FREE.

    ALSO, Chabad has free Friday night Shabbat meals every week. Tomorrow’s is at seven. Everyone is welcome!

    Rikki Feuerstein ’13
    Chabad Campus Liason

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