SNAP challenge – Day 1

Categories: Food for Thought, Social Action
 

Well, Day 1 of the SNAP challenge is behind me.  It’s not easy. I definitely felt hunger throughout the day and even went to bed hungry.  I went to a luncheon yesterday and didn’t eat (choosing to eat a bowl of soup at my desk upon returning to work).  I went to the Beth El…

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Food for Thought: Save these dates!

Categories: Food for Thought, Social Action
 

Food for Thought, the Beth El initiative to bring awareness and combat food insecurity in our South Hills community, is ready  to launch.  Here are dates to put on your calendar: Initial committee meeting, January 10th, 10 am at Beth El:  Come and join the other great members who are also excited to make a…

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