Dec CUSH Newsletter

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Food of the Month

BECAUSE HUNGER IS YEAR ROUND

The need for food in our local food banks grows monthly. More and more people find themselves dealing with food insecurity and hunger. Every year more families in Kenosha have trouble putting food on the table and rely on help to meet this basic human need. This is even worse in the summer, when the school lunches may not be available.

Because food banks can't keep up with the increased need, Beth Hillel Social Action Committee has developed a "Food of the Month" program. Every single month a different staple food will be featured. So, all you have to do when you go grocery shopping is to pick up some of that one food item and bring it to the collection bins in the temple. It's easy!

MAY FOOD OF THE MONTH:Canned or Dried Beans

June   Powdered Milk 

 

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Thursday, May 25, CUSH Annual Celebration Banquet

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