Dec CUSH Newsletter

CUSH

Volunteer Opportunity

The Interfaith Committee for Detained Immigrants (ICDI) is a Chicago based group that has numerous programs for assisting those caught in the detention and deportation system. They are seeking volunteers to visit detainees in the Kenosha County Detention Center once a month for about two hours. Training is provided. For further information, contact Rabbi Feingold or Susan Remson.

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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