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Thanksgiving Meals for Homebound Residents

By , Madison, NJ

Volunteers will bring hundreds of Thanksgiving dinners free of charge to homebound residents in Morris County.

“There are many residents of our community who are all alone and unable to get out. We’ll be giving thanks by enabling others to celebrate,” said Rabbi Shalom Lubin, Chabad representative to Madison, New Jersey.

The program has been partially sponsored by grants from the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey and Madison Rotary Club.


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