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Food rescue programs help people and reduce waste, says Ellen Lynch, executive director of the Food Bank for Westchester.
Jerry Eimbinder August 10, 2013 at 01:37 pm
A noble and commendable effort, Ellen. I am glad to see that there are people like you who not onlyRead More care but act when a good cause surfaces. I am curious however as to why no mention is made of involving local restaurant owners and restaurateurs in your endeavors.
Dan Seidel August 24, 2012 at 12:11 am
I had a friend who was murdered on 9/11 - he was on the 104th floor. I know what his response wouldRead More have been to this and it would have had something to do with "service", but a different kind than what a memorial to the murdered has morphed into. His response, and we talked about this alot, would have been: glass Afghanistan, and Iran and the rest of those mutts. Serve these non humans some radiation therapy and get it done for once and for all. We should be concentrating on how to wipe out the scourge, for ever. Serve that! Yeah, I'm angry. We have a bunch of Eloi for Citizens. Morlocks are having a feast.
M. Doretta Cornell March 24, 2012 at 02:39 am
Congratulations to My Sister's Place! You do wonderful work! I have known several women whose livesRead More were made whole by your compassionate and timely services. Thanks very much and many prayers for many more years of serving women in need -- and their children!
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