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March 29, 1996 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-29

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For Detroit's neediest Jews,
Passover means a welcome gift
from Moies Chetim and Yad Ezra.

ore than 100 Moies Chetim (money
for wheat) and Yad Ezra volunteers
combined to distribute special
Passover parcels to 700 Detroit-area
families last Sunday at the Yad Ezra
kosher food bank warehouse.
It is anticipated that this year's
distribution will reach some 1,300
families. The Passover parcels in-
cluded matzah, gefilte fish, tuna,
grape juice, stuffing mix, cake mix,
oil, Haggadot, eggs, chicken and
horseradish.
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Moies Chetim, a charitable orga-
nization dating back to the 1920s, raises funds
specifically for Passover food distribution to the
needy. Moies Chetim and Yad Ezra have been
working together for five years to offer the Passover
foods. ❑

Top left: Karl Wayne
gets the goods
weighed in.

Top: Getting ready to
help the needy at Yad
Ezra are volunteers
-Linda Levy, Bruce
Levy, Yad Ezra
President Sanford
Eisenberg, Executive
Director Ellen
Goldman, Vice
President Jeffrey
Appel and Geff Levy.

Left: Stephanie
Zamek, Amanda
Warner and Julie
Kaplan pile boxes of
supplies.

PH OTOS BY BILL HANSE N

PHIL JACOBS EDITOR

„..rrep ara tions

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