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(1) Thank you, Mr. Arbeeny, for your letter in The Suburban Times. I truly appreciate your openness and willingness to describe what you and the rest of our Council are doing. I’ve been very skeptical of the motives, of Lakewood CARES, perceiving it as a self-serving step to “bigger and better” political status. I find this letter reassuring, and hope that you will continue in the vein suggested by your words in this letter.
(2) Please don’t neglect “The Other Bank”, which is situated at Woodbrook School and collects and supplies personal hygiene, general health and cleanliness necessities for those of our community who have to depend for a large part of their sustenance on food stamps. These stamps do not pay for soap and toilet paper, much less other similar items such as toothpaste, feminine items, and so forth. The Baha’i community of Lakewood has undertaken to assist with collection of such materials and delivering them to The Other Bank. If anyone has materials, cash to purchase such items, etc., and needs a way to get them there, please contact me.
And, thank you, TST, for your contribution to our communities.
Irene Mazer, Lakewood