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Cherry Hill Shul Aids National Guard 

Members of Temple Beth Sholom, a Conservative synagogue in Cherry Hill, has been collecting gifts for families of New Jersey National Guard members, The Courier-Post of Camden reports.

Ann Sundstrom, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, told The Courier-Post, "Whether you believe in the war or not, we should support our troops. They are our neighbors, our friends and our families, and they are over there fighting for us. They have families who need us, and we should help them."