Arminio’s Italian Corner To Donate 20% of March 16 Proceeds to the Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Campaign!

The Madison Area YMCA is excited to announce that Arminio’s Italian Corner, located at 236 Main Street in Chatham, will donate 20% of its Monday, March 16, proceeds to the Y’s 2015 Annual Campaign.

The Y encourages the community to support the cause by visiting Arminio’s Italian Corner for lunch or dinner between the hours of 11 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., to dine in or take out.

The Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Campaign raises awareness and charitable support for the Y’s cause to advance social responsibility, healthy living and youth development. Funds donated to the campaign help ensure that Y membership and programs are accessible to all children and families who work or reside in the Madison, Chatham and Florham Park area, regardless of their ability to pay. Support is provided based upon demonstrated need. All donations remain local. The Annual Campaign also helps the Y broaden its reach into initiating enriching community wellness and health-enhancing programs such as LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, the Diabetes Prevention Program, the Community Mental Health Initiative and Walk with Ease, an arthritis program.

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