Roxbury Officials Bag Groceries for Charity at Succasunna Shoprite

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 Not everybody checking-out in "her" aisle Thursday at the Succasunna Shoprite knew who she was, so Jaki Albrecht got pretty good at her elevator speech. As she bagged groceries as part of the annual Shoprite "Help Bag Hunger" event, Albrecht explained she was a member of the Roxbury Mayor and Council. And for some, she couldn't help but express how happy she was about that.
 
In the adjacent aisle, also doing his part as a bagger, state Sen. Anthony Bucco - who is also Roxbury's township attorney - was greeting shopper/constituents in a less effervescent - but well-practiced - fashion.

Farther down the line, Roxbury Councilman Richard Zoschak had an even better idea: He was standing back chatting with folks as his wife Diana Zoschak handled the bagging duties. Also shoving purchases into plastic bags and talking to townsfolk were Roxbury Police Chief Marc Palanchi and Roxbury School Board Member Anne Colucci. Click here to read more about the "Help Bag Hunger" event from TAPinto Roxbury.

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