Fellowship and Food

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Gwendolyn Love, Lunch Break director, surrounded by staff, board members and volunteers.

Published on March 08, 2013 with No Comments

Lunch Break is celebrating 30 years and thriving


RED BANK – It was a frigid night in January 1983, when 35 people gathered at the Friends Meeting House in Shrewsbury to discuss the issue of hunger in Monmouth County.

That night they committed themselves to helping community members in

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