VEGETARIAN SOCIETY of South Jersey
is a nonprofit organization
dedicated to educating the public about vegetarianism. The society provides literature, videos, cooking classes,
displays and speakers to various organizations.
The Vegetarian Society is also a social organization, providing various opportunities for people to meet and share meals and fun. We support all endeavors towards a vegetarian lifestyle and encourage members to actively participate in all efforts towards caring, consciousness, conservation, and compassion.
Vegetarian Life is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. Please send interesting information, letters, articles, and ideas to:
VSSJ PO Box 272 Marlton, NJ 08053
Janet Erickson (856) 983-3964
Dale Azaren (856) 871-3068
Corie Lauden (856) 753-3431
Myrna Weinstein (856) 234-7615
Steve Faris (856) 767-8807
Janet Erickson (856) 596-3269
Roshen Dinshah (856) 694-3025
all the fun. . .
OK, well, not ALL the fun. But the volunteers of the VSSJ sure get a big piece of the fun at any event where they are helping out. It's a great way to get to know others and share experiences and ideas as you work side by side, with a new friend. You might even pick up a new skill or two!!
We are not a selfish lot and do not want to keep all the fun to ourselves. So now that the secret is out -- that volunteers have fun, too -- why not consider helping out at an up-coming event? No experience necessary. Call Janet TODAY at (856) 596-3269
for more information.
Guaranteed to raise your personal
Thank you Judy
Judy Azaren has done numerous jobs for the vegetarian society and has been a tremendous asset to the growth of our organization. She will be taking a year off to finish her studies. Hurry back, we’ll miss you!
One of her main jobs was the Tabling Coordinator -setting up an information table at local events. Interested? Then call Janet (856) 596-3269.
By Cory Lowden
On Saturday, March 20, the Singapore Vegetarian Chinese Restaurant in Cherry Hill, NJ, was filled to capacity with over 80 people -- families, couples, singles, vegetarians, vegans, curious carnivores and animal rights activists fresh from a protest. People came together to enjoy a bounty of cruelty-free , plant-based food and to spend the afternoon (cont’d)