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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By ALEX KLOIANApril 19, 2018
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By MARJORIE STROHSAHLApril 18, 2018
XI BETA RHO Game Day Luncheon/Tea Wednesday, May 16 11:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Sparta Ambulance Building on Sparta Avenue,
Cost is $26.00 per person
Enjoy a delicious luncheon and tea, great prizes and a fun afternoon playing your favorite game with your friends. Choose any game (Bridge, Monopoly, Dominoes, Scrabble, Mah Jongg, Canasta, etc.)
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By LISA PACHNOSApril 18, 2018
Luxurious gifts from Tiffany’s will be raffled off at A Taste of Talent, northwestern New Jersey’s premier culinary fundraising event, on Monday, April 30th. The items range in value from $495 - $5,900; only 300 tickets will be available for purchase at a price of $50 each by calling Project Self-Sufficiency. The event, held annually at Perona Farms, will feature samples ...
By AL THOMASApril 18, 2018
On April 16th, a new Career Exploration Club for middle school students was launched at the Sussex YMCA in Hardyston.
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By MARGARET MCHUGHApril 17, 2018
Evan Peterson began volunteering at the Sussex County YMCA at age 13 to advance his rank in the Boy Scouts, and years later, he’s still at it.
Whether organizing closets, as Peterson did when he first volunteered, or helping to run events and programs, “he has always done an excellent job,” Sussex County YMCA Associate Executive Director Corey Brown said.
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By BARBARA RYBOLTApril 17, 2018
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