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Rush Holt Visits TASK

On October 11, Congressman Rush Holt visited the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) to unveil an AmeriCorps grant that was used to hire 15 new workers to "combat unemployment in Trenton by raising new funds for four local non-profit agencies, recruiting 200 volunteers as literacy tutors, screening at least 300 families for food stamp eligibility, and help 600 low-income children receive school breakfasts", Holt said.

He was joined by Senator Shirley Turner, Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson-Coleman, and the 15 AmeriCorps workers who were newly hired using the grant funds.  Also participating were representatives from local nonprofit organizations that will benefit from the grant, including the Bonner Center, PEI Kids, TASK, Isles, and the Rescue Mission.

Read the article posted in the Times.

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See photos taken by David Wilson, TASK Volunteer and Patron Services Assistant.

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