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Seasons Newsletter January 2015

January 2015 JFCS will be closed January 19th in observance of the MLK holiday. A breakfast buffet for dinner and bingo fun, too!     Eggs-actly what you need in dreary February. Take a break from the daily grind and join friends to toast the beginning of a fresh-squeezed year of promise for JFCS cream of the crop programs, volunteers and clients. […]

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Hannukah Helpers Family Mitzvah Party by Robin Ungar

It’s that time of year again for the Menorahs, candles, spinning dreidels, gelt, potato latkes, jelly donuts, and of course, presents, because what would Hanukkah be without all of these things? Hanukkah commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in the second century B.C.E. during the Maccabean revolt against oppressive Greek rulers.     […]

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Seasons Newsletter December 2014

December 2014    JFCS offices will be closed:       December 16 at 11:30 am     Annual staff strategic planning retreat      December 25     January 1    Wishing everyone Happy Holidays! JFCS Membership Campaign Underway   If you haven’t already done so, please send in your membership contribution today. You […]

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Seasons Newsletter November 2014

November 2014 JFCS Membership Campaign Underway   If you haven’t already done so, please send in your membership contribution today. You can go to our website to make an online contribution. Thank you for your support!   Click here to register online Hanukah Helpers   Driedels are now available for pick up at Temple Shalom and JFCS. […]

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Salute to Family Caregivers

November is National Family Caregiver Month and it is only fitting that we take a moment to honor this growing contingent that has become the foundation of care for our rapidly growing aging population. The services provided by family caregivers represent 80% of all home care services and are valued at $257 billion a year […]

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Seasons Newsletter – October 2014

October 2014       JFCS serves the whole community, but in order to serve, we have to reach the whole community. You can help us. Simply go to our Facebook Page and click the LIKE button. Once you do that, please post a request on your Facebook page to have your friends like us as well. […]

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November Food Pantry Needs

Food Pantry Suggestions for November Instant Potatoes Stuffing Canned yams or sweet potatoes Turkey Gravy Mayonnaise Shampoo Deodorant Toilet paper   We are only able to accept items that are in their original packaging and within their noted expiration dates. Contact Kim Toebbe for more information.

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October Food Pantry Needs

Food Pantry Suggestions for October • Canned tomatoes • Canned fruit • Cold cereal • Beets • Toilet paper We are only able to accept items that are in their original packaging and within their noted expiration dates. Contact Kim Toebbe for more information.

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Seasons Newsletter – September 2014

    September 2014 Keep Up With JFCS – Calendar of Events September 25 – Rosh Hashanah – JFCS closed September 26 – Rosh Hashanah – JFCS closed September 28 – LinkedIn Profile Workshop September 29 – ACT Prep Workshop begins October 6 – Improving Social Skills begins                 […]

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Seasons Newsletter – August 2014

August 2014 FUNDING FOR OUR SERVICES DOESN’T GROW ON TREES Welcome to our GO GREEN MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN. JFCS strives to be good stewards of the resources that you and other supporters have so generously provided on behalf of the 9,000+ clients whom we helped last year. We are sending you this email because you appreciate web news and contributing via the internet, […]

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