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Saturday around sun down is the start of Passover.  If you don't know what Passover is here is a wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover.  Passover falls on the 15th day of the month of Nissan on the Jewish Calendar.  It is usually kicked off with a Seder that occurs on the first night (and sometimes there is one on the second night), where you prepare special food and read a book called a Haggadah.  For about a week Jews who partake in this event cannot eat anything leavened, such as cakes, breads, and various other baked goods.   I hope that all of you celebrating Passover have a good Passover!  For anyone else, have a good weekend!  If there is some other holiday from some other religion that you are celebrating:
//function to enter holiday
private void Page_Load(EventArgs e, object sender)
{
    TextBox txtHoliday.Text = new TextBox();
    Button btnHoliday = new Button();
    Label lblHoliday = new Label();
  
    btnHoliday.Click += new EventHandler(btnHoliday_Click);
    txtHoliday.Text = "Please Insert Holiday Here";
}

private void btnHoliday_Click(EventArgs e, object sender)
{
      txtHoliday.Visible = false;
      lblHoliday.Text = "Happy "+txtHoliday.Text+"!";
}

//Later Guys! Posted on Thursday, April 17, 2008 5:21 PM Personal | Back to top


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