Franklin Township Holiday Tree Lighting

Join us for a festive evening on Dec 6th from 6:30pm-8:30pm for the annual Tree Lighting & caroling at the Municipal Complex 475 Demott Lane followed by Cupcakes, Cocoa & Candy Canes @ the Community Senior center  505 Demott Lane.

Be a holiday angel and help bring cheer to Franklin families in need and members of the Military at home and abroad.  Stop by the Community/Senior Center located at 505 DeMott Lane, Somerset NJ and pick up an angel tag from our Giving Tree in the lobby.  Unwrapped gifts will be accepted during office hours of 8:30am - 4:30pm through Wednesday, December 18th.   For more info call Franklin Rec (732) 873-1991 option 4                       

DONATIONS WILL BENEFIT:

CENTER FOR GREAT EXPECTATIONS (CGE-NJ.org) for the angel giving tree: gift cards, new, unwrapped baby items to families in need

Operation Jersey Cares (operationjerseycares.org): Trial sized health & beauty products for US Troops at home and abroad

Franklin Township Food Bank (franklinfoodbank.org): non-perishable food items

Photos/video taken at this event will be used for publicity purposes.  Attendance implies consent.

No Pets Please-Service animals only

TAP here for flier. 

 

Contact Information
  1. Windy White
  2. 7328731991
  3. windy.white@franklinnj.gov
Fri, December 06
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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Join us for a festive evening on Dec 6th from 6:30pm-8:30pm for the annual Tree Lighting & caroling at the Municipal Complex 475 Demott Lane followed by Cupcakes, Cocoa & Candy Canes @ the Community Senior center 505 Demott Lane.

Be a holiday angel and help bring cheer to Franklin families in need and members of the Military at home and abroad. Stop by the Community/Senior Center ...

505 DeMott Lane Somerset, NJ 08873

505 DeMott Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873

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