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Party Dress Sale in Westfield will Benefit The Paul Jackson Fund

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Money raised from a party dress sale in Westfield Feb. 25 will benefit The Paul Jackson Fund. Credits: The Paul Jackson Fund
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WESTFIELD, NJ — The Paul Jackson Fund will hold a party dress sale for teens in Westfield on Saturday, Feb. 25, featuring new and gently used dresses at bargain prices. Money raised will help provide financial support to families in crisis because of a catastrophic illness or disability.

Prices range from $15 for short dresses to $20 for gowns.

“This is a wonderful event benefiting the young women throughout our local communities as well as our recipients,” Mary Doherty, director of development for the Westfield-based fund, said. “Our goal is to enable young ladies from every economic status to attend their prom/dance/formal function in a beautiful dress.”

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Volunteers are needed the evening of Feb 24 and the day of the event. To sign up, contact Doherty at dohertypjf@gmail.com or 908-233-6110.

The sale will take place at Holy Trinity Church, 315 First Street, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information about The Paul Jackson Fund, visit www.pauljacksonfund.org.

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