Mesh Cafe Nov 3, 2015

mesh_2015_11_03

Report from Captain Stuart Green:
On an eerily warm November evening, MESH @ Shomrei provided a nourishing meal to 23 appreciative guests.

Arden Epstein, assisted by Joe Most, cooked a delicious dinner of deviled eggs and crackers; salad and bread; baked chicken, carrots, and rice; and home-made cookies and grapes. The meal was expertly served and cleaned up by Shomrei USY Teens:  Siona Ely, Elijah Baker, Sam Lasiter, and their  USY advisor, Rachel Kanter.  Also on board was Amalia Nachmann and our  MESH and MSU crew of Adrienne, Bonnie, Thalia, and Cindy. The building was buzzing with activity. Through the doors of the social hall, we could hear a musical group practicing, while another group worked on art projects downstairs. All in all, it was a very successful operation.

Your captain,
Stuart

An apology……Please note:  Last week’s report inadvertently omitted the fact that the JLC baked scrumptious challah rolls that we served to our MESH Cafe guests.  My guess is Shomrei’s MESH Cafe is the only cafe serving homemade bread!   Yascher Koach to the JLC for greatly enhancing the meal with their tasty mitzvah! 
Lynne Kurzweil, MESH @ Shomrei Co-Chair.

Like to help out with MESH? Go to: http://www.shomrei.org/mesh

Want to support MESH, the parent organization?

Have questions?

Contact:
Email email hidden; JavaScript is required or call (973)746-0816
Email email hidden; JavaScript is required or call (973) 744-3836
Email email hidden; JavaScript is required or call (973)509-9792

print

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterestemail hidden; JavaScript is required
Stuart Green

Stuart Green

Stuart Green joined Shomrei in 2008 after moving here with his family from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is particularly devoted to Shomrei’s weekly soup kitchen, known as MESH. A professor at Rutgers University School of Law by day, he teaches and writes about criminal law and philosophy.
Stuart Green

Latest posts by Stuart Green (see all)

What do you think?