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Chatham Emergency Squad Blood Bank Date Changed to March 30

The Chatham Emergency Squad (CES) will again sponsor a blood bank, originally scheduled for Saturday  March 9th but now changed to Saturday March 30th, from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM. The site of the blood bank will be at the CES Borough building at 31 North Passaic Street in the Boro. There is ample parking behind the squad facility.

Donors, age 17-76 should be in good health and have some form of identification with them. Teenagers, age 16 can donate with parental permission; the forms for that will be at the site.

Recent severe weather conditions, have  put a huge drain on blood supplies and donations are definitely  needed. Please come down and donate; it will only take about an hour of your time. Refreshments will be served. Anyone with questions may call the blood center headquarters at 800-688-0900.

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Below is the thank you letter written to all of the groups involved in a wonderful service project today in support of Bridges Outreach, a Summit based organization that has been aiding local homeless friends for 30 years.

Dear Central Presbyterian Kindergartners, Stanley Family and friends, Fear the Gear, Columbia High School robotics and Washington Avenue School ...

Chatham Education Foundation's Second 'Casino Royale' Grosses Over $100,000

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Sometimes the sequel is better than the original! Chatham Education Foundation honored grant recipients and celebrated 21 years of providing grant funding to the School District to the Chathams at its second Casino Royale on Friday, April 20.

The sold-out event, held at Fairmount Country Club grossed over $100K for the School District of the Chathams.

With 300 attendees, including Jill ...