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North Brunswick High School Key Club to Host Halloween Fundraiser Oct. 31

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Credits: North Brunswick High School Key Club International
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PISCATAWAY, NJ - North Brunswick High School’s Key Club International will host a Halloween Track or Treat to raise funds and food for the Community Food Bank of New Jersey on Saturday, Oct. 31. 

The fundraising event will take place at the North Brunswick Township High School Track, and registration begins at 10:30 a.m. There is a $5 entrance fee; $3 if you bring two nonperishable items.

Participants will run/walk a path, get free candy, food, and have a great time.  A guest speaker will also share a message, and wearing a Halloween costume is “highly recommended.”

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Don’t forget to bring canned goods/nonperishable items for the food drive.  All money and food collected will be donated to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. 

For more information, email Julian Maceren:  ltg11.maceren@gmail.com.

About North Brunswick High School Key Club 

Key Club is an international high school service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International and is one of the largest high school organizations in the world. Key Club is also the high school level of the Builders’ Club. It is designed to develop leadership skills and promote community concern and service.

The NBTHS chapter has raised funds for Robert Wood Johnson Pediatric Trauma, the Salvation Army, Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick, and Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC). Students volunteer at the Elijah’s Promise soup kitchen in New Brunswick and spend time with the elderly at the North Brunswick Senior Center. In addition to charity functions, the club has sponsored Read Across America with Parsons School students and a school volleyball tournament to raise money for PUSH. Some social activities Key Club members participate in include the fall rally at Great Adventure and the district’s convention during the spring.

  

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