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Are you interested in taking a more active part in Shabbat Services? Barry Glass and Lynda Foster are willing to work with anyone interested in how to chant Torah or Haftarah, or to daven for Shabbat. If you are interested, contact Rabbi Flom or the office.
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photos by Brigitte Benchimol copyright 2013
Each year the number of people in need of food and simple things to make life bearable. Please take note of some of the things that are needed.
- Spices. Seasoned salt, cayenne pepper, chili powder, cumin, cinnamon, nutmeg, oregano, basil and thyme.
- Toiletries. Toilet paper, tooth paste, soap, deodorant and shampoo all make life a little easier for someone without a home.
- Feminine products. Pads, tampons, panty liners all help make life more manageable for a woman living on the street.
- Baby wipes.
- Canned meats and jerky. Homeless people without a place to cook have a difficult time getting enough protein. Canned tuna or meat and jerky are portable and ready to eat.
- Crackers and tortillas. Soup packets. Canned fruit.
- Can openers. Canned goods are the staple items distributed by SOVA and other food banks, but people rarely think of donating can openers. Unless a can has pop top, a homeless person has a real challenge making use of the food.