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01/10/2014

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NEWS BRIEFS Diane Silverstein and Shirley Rose are making hundreds of cabbage rolls for the Sarasota Jewish Food Festival on Sunday, Jan. 12, at Temple Sinai. Contributed photo SIXTH ANNUAL SARASOTA JEWISH FOOD FESTIVAL TO BE HELD JAN. 12 The Sixth Annual Sarasota Jewish Food Admission is free. The event takes place rain Festival at Temple Sinai will be held on or shine, and attendees may eat in or ask for Sunday, Jan. 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the takeaway, the release says. organizers have announced. New this year is a partnership with All Faiths Guests are welcome to start with bagels and Food Bank, the release continues. Guests a schmear and then savor all the traditional are encouraged to bring canned goods or comfort foods such as brisket, corned beef non-perishable donations for the food bank. and cabbage rolls, a news release says. "Or "The need is great in this community, and All maybe blintzes, knishes or matzoh ball soup Faiths staff members "work tirelessly to help would entice you?" the release adds. "Come meet it," the release points out. Temple Sinai and experience a blast from your past or some also will be donating a portion of the day's new taste treats." proceeds to the food bank. Additionally, the release notes, "A large Further, Be the Match, the bone marrow regselection of delectable baked goods will be istry organization, will have a booth at the available." festival, seeking individuals who are willing to

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