The Girls for a Change Summer Camp for Middle School girls has been postponed and will now run Monday, July 29th - Thursday, August 1st. Girls entering grades 6 - 8 are invited to work together to identify issues of importance within the community and design and execute a social action plan. Free; lunch provided. Call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500 to register.
Summer Camp for Middle School Girls Postponed One Week
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