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March 23, 1990 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Detroit and
The Jewish News

present

PROJECT CHAMETZ

A Community-Wide Effort to Feed the Hungry

Passover commemorates the celebration of our deliverance
from hardship. In the spirit of the holiday, and its challenge
to "Let All Who Are Hungry Come and Eat," Project Chametz
will collect and distribute your parcels of food to the needy
throughout the Detroit Area.

Here's what to do:

Drop off your unopened parcels of NON-PERISHABLE foods
at any of these locations:

• United Hebrew Schools

12 Mile Road East of Lahser

• JCC / West Bloomfield

Maple & Drake Roads

• JCC / Jimmy Prentis Morris Building

10 Mile Road East of Greenfield

In cooperation with
Food Bank of Oakland County
St. Vincent de Paul
Community Food Depots
Farmer Jack Supermarkets

Drop off dates:

April 2-6

Endorsed by:
Michigan Board of Rabbis
Vaad liarabonim

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THE JEWISH NEWS

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