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Ready for Spaghetti with 4-H on February 19

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Cranbury Road will is the place if residents want to get saucy in February when the Middlesex County 4-H Youth Development program on Sunday, Feb. 19,hosts the “I Love 4-H” Spaghetti Dinner Benefit.

This dinner is scheduled for 4 to 7 p.m. at the County’s 4-H Youth Center, located at  645 Cranbury Rd. in East Brunswick.

Tickets are $9 per person, $6 for those under 5 years old, and include salad, spaghetti with sauce, homemade meatballs and bread, as well as beverages and dessert.

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Proceeds from the event will support the Middlesex County 4-H Youth Development program, which offers educational leadership and social programing for youth, grades K through 13.


“The 4-H Youth Development Program represents the best Middlesex County has to offer in civics and values,” said Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios. “This program has taught so many young adults about good citizenship and the importance of serving their community. I hope many of you will attend the dinner to lend your support.”


“I hope many families will attend this event,” said Freeholder Kenneth Armwood, Chair of the Business Development and Education Committee. “It’s a great chance to enjoy a night out with family and friends, and a great way to do some good by supporting 4-H.”

Space is limited, so reserve your seats now for an evening of food and fun, and a chance to give back to 4-H. To RSVP, or for more information, please call the 4-H Office at 732-398-5261.

4-H is part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County and offers educational programs to all youth, grades K through 13 on an age appropriate basis, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or disability.   

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