Giving gifts of food — at least two kinds — to friends and neighbors is a Purim tradition. Among the goodies: hamantaschen, which are triangular-shaped, jam-filled tarts said to resemble the tricornered hat Haman wore. Filling goodie bags this week at Rabbi Greenberg's home were, from left, Chaya Greenberg, 18 months; Luba Greenberg, the rabbi's wife; and Hayli Firtell, 8, holding Yehoshua Greenberg, 2. The packages will be given to people in Bonita Springs and Estero for the holiday.

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Giving gifts of food — at least two kinds — to friends and neighbors is a Purim tradition. Among the goodies: hamantaschen, which are triangular-shaped, jam-filled tarts said to resemble the tricornered hat Haman wore. Filling goodie bags this week at Rabbi Greenberg's home were, from left, Chaya Greenberg, 18 months; Luba Greenberg, the rabbi's wife; and Hayli Firtell, 8, holding Yehoshua Greenberg, 2. The packages will be given to people in Bonita Springs and Estero for the holiday.

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