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30 years of volunteering!

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by Rachel Fishbein, Food Pantry Director

Dort Marzolf has been volunteering at our food panty since 1985-- yes you heard right since 1985!  Over those 30 years she has helped out at least once a week but often more than that. On our Thanksgiving and Christmas Turkey give-aways you can always see her when the first wave of people comes in at 9 in the morning. This April 13th she is turning 85 and still comes in every Friday morning and staffs our reception desk answering the phone. She has a great sense of humor and has told me some of the best jokes, some of them quite feisty.  Now living in an assisted living apartment, she enjoys that she doesn’t have to cook anymore. Still receiving one ofher great pies or cakes is a very nice thing.Happy Birthday Dort, keep going.

With love, from the whole Crossroads crew.



Coalition of Religious Communities 2015 Annual Meeting

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Rep. Miller With CORC members at the CapitolThe Annual Meeting for the Coaliiton of Relgious Communities will take place on Tuesday, April 14, from 4-7 PM at the Glendale Library, located at 1375 South Concord Street in Salt Lake City.  Our keynote speaker will be Representative Justin Miller, who will be talking about his bill that would raise the minimum wage for tipped employees.  We will also have breakout groups on Medicaid expansion, payday loan regulations and raising wages for tipped employees  

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347 South 400 East
Salt Lake City, UT  84111
Monday – Friday 
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Salt Lake City, UT  84104
Tuesday – Friday :  10:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

ANTI-HUNGER ACTION COMMITTEE AHAC organizes food pantry clients and volunteers to make life better for low income people in Utah.
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COALITION OF RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES: CORC brings together people from 16 different faith communities to address issues that impact low income Utahns.

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