2015-09-16 / Local News

Beth Tikvah partners to raise awareness



Cong. Beth Tikvah in Marlton recently partnered with Whole Foods in Marlton, Samost Jewish Family & Children’s Service, and Hazon: Jewish Inspiration and Sustainable Communities, to bring the sweetness of Rosh Hashanah to Burlington County residents and to neighbors in need. Volunteers from Beth Tikvah distributed locally farmed, organic apples and honey at Whole Foods. Shoppers learned about sustainable agriculture and had an opportunity to support the JFCS Betsy & Peter Fischer Food Pantry. At the event were (from left), Marissa Carver, Ethan Carver, Cong. Beth Tikvah Rabbinic Intern Nathan Weiner, and Gail DeVito. Cong. Beth Tikvah in Marlton recently partnered with Whole Foods in Marlton, Samost Jewish Family & Children’s Service, and Hazon: Jewish Inspiration and Sustainable Communities, to bring the sweetness of Rosh Hashanah to Burlington County residents and to neighbors in need. Volunteers from Beth Tikvah distributed locally farmed, organic apples and honey at Whole Foods. Shoppers learned about sustainable agriculture and had an opportunity to support the JFCS Betsy & Peter Fischer Food Pantry. At the event were (from left), Marissa Carver, Ethan Carver, Cong. Beth Tikvah Rabbinic Intern Nathan Weiner, and Gail DeVito.

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