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Food is Only Part of Lunch Break’s Story

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Lunch Break clothing coordinator Pam Elan, left; Inice Hennessy, Suited for Success coordinator, center; and  Sharda Jetwani, program developer, stock the shelves at the organization’s warehouse in Tinton Falls.

Published on October 18, 2013 with No Comments

By John Burton

RED BANK — It isn’t just about food at Lunch Break.

The agency at 121 Drs. James Parker Blvd. is known for its soup kitchen, serving tens of thousands of lunches a year, six days a week, and its food pantry that allows those in need to

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