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DEADLINE EXTENDED for Achdus Baskets

purim-ppOholei Torah PTA is offering the Achdus Basket Project. Through our project, you can send your neighbors and relatives a beautiful Shalach Monos that we pack and deliver for you, so that you can enjoy a “hassle free” Purim.

For $5 a name, you don’t want to leave anyone out!

A directory is included for your convenience.
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Or for more information please call:
Sara Popack (718) 735-2484, Shuffi Telsner (718) 774-2778, Aida Junik (718) 953-3197

We are also offering a variety of beautifully arranged Shalach Monos baskets ranging in price from $7 to $95
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Or for more information please call:
Chani Neubort (917) 428-8553, Esther Rivka Telsner (718) 774-1301, Aida Junik (718) 953-3197

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