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Clark NJ Business Women Make Donation to Summer Recreation Camp

Pictured are Jean Wray, Heather Rein Warszawa, Jackie Venezio, Rec Director Ralph Bernardo, Toni Manto, Lisa Sweeney and Cindy DiPette Fresco. Credits: Courtesy of Clark Recreation

CLARK, NJ - Clark Recreations' Summer Camp Program received a donation from the Clark NJ Business Women organization. The group delivered 20 cases of water, boxes of snacks and a $250 gift card donation for the camp to replenish supplies as needed throughout the summer.   The camp has over 1000 children registered, with approximately 500 participating each day.

The Clark NJ Business Women organization is made up of women owned and/or run businesses.  Members gather monthly to network and plan ways to give back to the Clark community.  The group is designed to promote and support Clark's small businesses and the hard working women that own and/or run them.  For more information about joining the group, contact  Jacki Venezio -  or on Facebook.


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