Groups renting Jewish Community Center (JCC) conference rooms are requested, when bringing food into the JCC, to follow the below guidelines out of respect for the JCC's constituents and core values.
11. Kashrut Guidelines
Throughout the ages, Jews have observed special practices of eating and food preparation. These practices have led to a widespread acknowledgement that Jews seek to eat food in a kosher (proper or fit) manner. The three categories of kashrut are:
1) Separation of dairy and meat food items
2) Abstinence from biblically forbidden foods,such as pork and shellfish
3) Humane Jewish ritual slaughter of permitted animals
In order to pass these values to our membership, the JCC has adopted the following guidelines for all JCC facilities: