Jewish food festival returns to Berks County | Berks regional news

WYOMISSING, Dad. — The 22nd Annual Drive-Thru Jewish Food Festival returns to Berks County.

It happened on Sunday in the parking lot of Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom.

That’s on the 500 block of Warwick Drive in Wyomissing.

On the menu are favorites such as brisket, New York Deli sandwiches, matzah ball soup, and apple pie.

Organizers say they also want to spread a message of unity and education.

“I think the more we work together and the more we see each other for who we really are rather than just what our religion is or what the color of our skin is to know that we’re all together,” said Laurie Waxler, community volunteer.

People can pick up food from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Only cash is accepted for payment.

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