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East Brunswick Education Association Collecting Prom Wear and Semi-Formal Wear to Support Kids

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Got some formal wear and accessories to recycle?  The East Brunswick Education Association needs your help, so that our teachers can, as always, help our kids.

The EB Education Association (EBEA) is collecting prom and semi dresses for girls and suits for young men who can't afford to purchase these items. Residents can drop off garments, fancy shoes,  and accessories (such as purses for a fancy event) between 9am - 5pm at 575 Cranbury Road, Suite B1, East Brunswick.

"To make that special day even more special, "EBEA President Dr. Dana Zimbicki said that "students could use semi-formal dresses; dress shoes (men and women); suits; dress shirts; ties;  and accessories that include handbags, jewelry, cufflinks, etc."

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"The East Brunswick Education Association is delighted in assisting Churchill in collecting semi-formal clothing and accessories. Items that are suitable for prom will be sent to the high school, " asserted Zimbicki.

The office is located in the blue PARC complex, just past the PNC bank on Cranbury Road. The contact number is 732-390-6600.

All items must be dropped off by 3:00pm on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

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