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Edison Ran and Walked for C.A.R.E.

C.A.R.E. President and Vice President welcoming participants Credits: Edison Tap
Credits: Edison TAP
Credits: Edison TAP
Credits: Edison TAP

EDISON, NJ - Local residents from Edison and surrounding towns recently put on their walking and running shoes to help a good cause at the 6th annual Run/Walk if you C.A.R.E, on April 27 at Middlesex County Collage.

Community Action Reaches Everyone, Inc., is a non-profit organization working to assist families in need throughout our community. In cooperation with school, business and community members, C.A.R.E., Inc., supports as many families as possible. C.A.R.E.’s primary goal is to reduce the socioeconomic and emotional barriers affecting students in our community.

Dora Ramos, President of C.A.R.E presented a gift basket to one of the students celebrating his birthday and thanked everyone for supporting the event.

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