2015-09-30 / Local News

High Holiday cooking effort helps 300 seniors, homebound



Dozens of JFCS and local volunteers got together to prepare, pack, and deliver High Holiday meals to approximately 300 seniors and homebound individuals. Helping to deliver meals were (top, from left), JCRC Executive Director David Snyder, JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew, Senator James Beach, and JFCS Board President Ann Miller; with (bottom, from left) Camden County Hadassah members Jackie Baumgarten, Carol Roth, Arline Heine, Lilly Cowan, Becky Levy, Lynn Branfman, JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew, Hanna Peterson, Bob and Myrna Bookbinder of Temple Beth Sholom, and Sherri Foy of Camden County Hadassah. Dozens of JFCS and local volunteers got together to prepare, pack, and deliver High Holiday meals to approximately 300 seniors and homebound individuals. Helping to deliver meals were (top, from left), JCRC Executive Director David Snyder, JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew, Senator James Beach, and JFCS Board President Ann Miller; with (bottom, from left) Camden County Hadassah members Jackie Baumgarten, Carol Roth, Arline Heine, Lilly Cowan, Becky Levy, Lynn Branfman, JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew, Hanna Peterson, Bob and Myrna Bookbinder of Temple Beth Sholom, and Sherri Foy of Camden County Hadassah.

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