Elks members support 150 families for spring holidays


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Members of East Brunswick Elks Lodge 2370, consisting of Colleen Murphy, Jeannie Lebowsky, Andrea Evans and Mary Tarant, distributed food at the Aldersgate United Methodist Church’s Community Outreach Center on Ryders Lane in East Brunswick on March 28 for the Easter/Passover holiday.

Produce worth $600, such as potatoes, carrots and onions, were provided to approximately 150 families throughout the week prior to Passover.

Seniors at Halls Corner in East Brunswick were given ShopRite gift certificates to supplement their holiday meals as well.

All funding was derived from the Elks Beacon grant.


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