As our name implies, the KHC’s food policy revolves around meeting the dietary needs of the Jewish and Muslim faiths as best we can. This is at the heart of our food policy, but it influences a number of other aspects of day-to-day functioning as well. For instance, part of keeping KHC a Kosher space is observing the rules of Jewish holidays inside that space. Also, for the celebration of Eid ul-Fitr and Passover, KHC prepares larger meals for all those who wish to celebrate. However, this is only one part of KHC. We too have a desire to be a part of a co-operative organization. Having fewer than 40 members, we get to know each other to such a degree that at times we think of the co-op as our family. Because the co-op has so many restrictions, it is sometimes hard to join in all-OSCA events, but we still value being a part of the OSCA community.
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