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May 25, 1990 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-25

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- Sharing Food to Relieve Hunger -

Forgotten Harvest is a non-profit prepared
foods program established to collect viable
food from restaurants, caterings and other
health department-approved sources and
deliver to soup kitchens and shelters.

Mission

The Mazon Council of Metropolitan Detroit
founded Forgotten Harvest to address the
problem of hunger on the local level. Forgot-
ten Harvest is now a separate, non-
denominational organization.

Origin

Target Population Forgotten Harvest operates in Oakland Coun-
ty within which 80 feeding agencies are ser-
ving 300,000 meals monthly to 15 ,000
people.

Those who wish to donate prepared foods,
dairy, produce or baked goods should call
Forgotten Harvest to register as a donor.
Then, whenever food is available for dona-
tion, either regularly, sporadically or on an
emergency basis, Forgotten Harvest will send
its refrigerated van to transport the food to
the feeding agencies which can best utilize it.

How It Works

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Call to Action

Tax Status

All donations, including food donations, are
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Make checks payable to FORGOTTEN HARVEST
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Farmington Hills, MI 48018

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Party Season

Summertime is outdoor
entertainment time. Whether
you're hosting the class reu-
nion, weekend guests or your
daughter's wedding recep-
tion, making your outdoor
party room special is easy to
do with a few quick tricks.
Look at the view your
guests will have when they
first arrive. Is your home easi-
ly identified? Welcoming
signs in keeping with your
party's theme, windsocks or
bunches of balloons offer a
cheery welcome to guests and
make it easy to spot which
house is yours.
If your party is at night,
this may be the time to install
outdoor lighting to enhance
your landscaping and light
the way. If possible, il-
luminate your home's house
numbers to make them easy
to read.
Plan well in advance for
parking needs if you're expec-
ting a crowd. Asking
neighbors to cooperate is
much easier with advance
notice and makes for har-
monious relationships. You
may even want to hire respon-
sible teenagers to help direct
and park cars.
Try some instant landscap-
ing to add eye appeal. Con-
tainer plants can work
wonders and are exceptional-
ly versatile. A single dramatic
plant by an entry way can
reveal much of the personali-
ty of the home's occupants.
Move indoor plants outdoors
to give them an airing while
they visually fill in sparse
areas.
Groups of container plants,
whether hanging, on a
tabletop or at ground level,
can create visual backdrops,
help direct foot traffic or
create quiet corners for sit-
ting. Don't be afraid to selec-
tively spot fill with artificial
blooms for color that coor-
dinates with your decor.
Your lawn will be the ideal
spot for yard games or an
overflow crowd. One of the
best ways to get it looking its
party best is to apply
Greensweep lawn food, an
easy-to-apply fertilizer that's
ideal for rapid turf green-up.
Greensweep liquid care pro-
ducts are premixed and
premeasured. A quick hook
up to the garden hose and you
can spray Greensweep on
5,000 sqaure feet in about 10
minutes. Because the lawn
food is delivered to the blades
of the grass, it is quickly ab-
sorbed and offers a rapid
green-up boost.
Arrange places around the
yard for guests to gather and
sit. If you're planning for a

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