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Wardlaw-Hartridge Middle School Families Provide Community Service

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Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison continued their community service program by volunteering at The Community Food Bank of New Jersey in Hillside on Feb. 11 Credits: Photo provided by Wardlaw-Hartridge School
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EDISON, NJ - Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison continued their community service program by volunteering at The Community Food Bank of New Jersey in Hillside on Feb. 11. Students and their families stocked shelves, organized supplies and prepared food packages at the warehouse.

The mission of the CFBNJ is to "fill the emptiness caused by hunger with food, help, and hope" and to work as a "powerful change agent that fills the emptiness caused by hunger with the basic human essentials that people need to survive."

Students who volunteered, along with members of their families, included Michele Peruzzo of Westfield, Justyn Niemczyk of Mountainside, Henry Bowman of Scotch Plains, Caroline Kolmodin and Nate Kolmodin of Mountainside, Kunal Patel of Edison, Ravi Nanavati of Plainfield, Scott Greaney of Scotch Plains, Shaan Jasti of Colonia, Nicholas Ji of Edison and Sydney Racine of Piscataway.

 

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