The MESH team of Grossberg, Kurzweil and Rosenblatt did it again. With no one signed up to create this week’s MESH meal, coordinators Aileen Grossberg and Lynne Kurzweil stepped up with the help of ever reliable Susan Rosenblatt.
Thanks to some delicious leftovers from the Brooks family Shabbat dinner and rugelach from Marc Grossberg’s birthday celebration, the takeaway bags were full to bursting.
The kitchen smelled wonderful as the meal of cole slaw, warm, fluffy pita bread, chicken shawarma and tilapia with shawarma spices, roasted veggies with carrots, roasted potatoes, cake and cookies and a banana was prepped and packed.
As always, the meal was supplemented with a breakfast bar and bottle of water.
As we enter June, the MESH year is almost over. There are still openings on the schedule for all or part of a meal. It’s easy to help out.
Questions: contact Lynne or Aileen.
Sign up at: www.shomrei.org/mesh
The Carol Starr MESH Cafe at Shomrei (Montclair Emergency Services for the Homeless) is a cooperative effort between the MESH organization and local synagogues and churches. While in-person service has been discontinued, we are providing hearty, nutritious take-out meals for the hungry. Shomrei’s turn is on Tuesday nights. Please help fulfill this crucial mitzvah by volunteering to help with food preparation or bagging or by making a donation at: shomrei.org/donate.
For questions, contact Lynne or Aileen