The 3 Day Takeout is an effort to give greater access to food and supplies to folks who just received their WIC Benefits.
On Monday, Dallas City Council member Adam Medrano posted the following on Facebook:
“I urge everyone to avoid grocery shopping April 1-3, unless you have a critical need. WIC benefits come to low-income families at the first of the month and there will be a surge as these families redeem them. Many of these families’ benefits were depleted more quickly because children are staying home from school and some families are going hungry right now. Give these families space to shop and please respect their needs by not buying items with a WIC shelf tag unless you absolutely need them.”
If you are participating in the 3 Day Takeout, here are some restaurants we recommend considering. They are owned by members of the Jewish community, are kosher or are TJP advertisers.
Please note: *Indicates Dallas Kosher certification. Please call for hours.
13410 Preston Road at Dilbeck (972-726-9800)
6911 Frankford Road at Hillcrest 75252 (469-444-5434
Fort Worth, 817-332-6372
214-739-0918, Northaven and Central
972-248-0608, Campbell and Coit
972-233-3354, Campbell and Preston
FINO! ITALIAN KITCHEN*
7522 Campbell Road @ Coit (972-931-9500)
KENNY’S EAST COAST PIZZA
7989 Belt Line Road, Suite 154 469 601-1002
MAGGIANO’S LITTLE ITALY
(214) 360-9061 Northpark
(972) 781-0776 Plano
13534 PRESTON ROAD, DALLAS, TEXAS 75240
5782 Alpha Road, Dallas, TX 75240
(972 980 8707)
MILK & HONEY*
420 N. Coit Rd. #2023, Richardson
7114 Campbell at Hillcrest on the SE corner
SPICE OF LIFE TO GO
WOODLANDS AMERICAN GRILL
YOGI’S DELI & GRILL
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I would like to comment on Rafael Medoff opinion piece from April 2, 2020 – “Roosevelt could have rescued more Jews”:
I enjoyed this article a lot – it is well documented and well argued the points that Rabbi Geoffrey Dennis was making in his March 12 article. The fact is that most left-leaning Jews did not want Europe’s Jews come to America is well known to people who really want to know the truth. Medoff is correct on this also that “it is not a matter of historical curiosity”. That is what our children in school and universities should learn – the truth, without any political agenda.
Thank you Mr. Medoff,