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The FoodBank's dilemma

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Posted: Friday, January 28, 2011 2:30 pm

The Community FoodBank on the Black Horse Pike has always sparkled and caught the attention of passing motorists - the result of a jaw-dropping mural that was built into just about every square inch of its outside walls, a mural shimmering with mosaic tiles and detailed inlay. The building itself always seemed to say that even when times are tough and money is short, there is joy and beauty in life and in helping others.

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Carla Linz-Callaway
  • Carla Linz-Callaway
  • Editorial Writer
    The Press of Atlantic City
  • E-mail: clinz@pressofac.com
  • Phone: 609-272-7000
  • Editorials on the Opinion Page represent the newspaper’s institutional voice. That’s why they’re unsigned. But they’re written by real life individuals - usually Carla Linz Callaway or Jim Perskie.