SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- This choir concert at the Fanwood Presbyterian Church held on Sunday, May 18 raised $2,855 in free will donations, an amount to be split equally between the Fanwood and Scotch Plains Rescue Squads. A formal check presentation will occur June 4 at the church.
Choir Concert Raises Nearly $3K for Rescue Squads
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