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Deli Day at Temple Israel on Thursday

Deli Day, an annual event sponsored by the Jewish Ladies Aid Society of Temple Israel, will be from 11:00a.m.-2p.m. at The Temple Israel on Wildwood Ave.  (Source: Temple Israel) Deli Day, an annual event sponsored by the Jewish Ladies Aid Society of Temple Israel, will be from 11:00a.m.-2p.m. at The Temple Israel on Wildwood Ave. (Source: Temple Israel)
The money that is raised will go toward temple projects and the Wynnton Neighborhood Network. The temple helps local charities and initiatives to help local soldiers. (Source: WTVM File) The money that is raised will go toward temple projects and the Wynnton Neighborhood Network. The temple helps local charities and initiatives to help local soldiers. (Source: WTVM File)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – Do you know what you are having for lunch today? If not, you might want to go and check out Deli Day.

Deli Day, an annual event sponsored by the Jewish Ladies Aid Society of Temple Israel, will be from 11:00a.m.-2p.m. at The Temple Israel on Wildwood Ave.

You can get a kosher style corned-beef sandwich, potato chips, pickle, coleslaw, and a drink for $10. Tickets will be sold in advanced, and tickets be purchased at the door. There will also be desserts sold on site as well.

You can also eat on site, pickup your meal, or even have it delivered to you if you order 15 or more lunches.

The money that is raised will go toward temple projects and the Wynnton Neighborhood Network. The temple helps local charities and initiatives to help local soldiers.

For more information, call Temple Israel at 706-323-1617.

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