Wrapping Fundraiser: Support North Plainfield Project Graduation

​North Plainfield
Class of 2022 Project Graduation
Fundraiser
Tired of wrapping gifts? Let us be your elves and do the wrapping for you!
Sunday, December 15th 12pm - 4pm
Vermeule Center (Clinton Ave.)
Snacks and Hot Chocolate will be sold
Suggested Donations: $10 (up to 5 gifts) $20 (6-10 gifts)
$30 (11-15 gifts)*
For larger gift amounts, or for any questions please email us at Npclassof2022@gmail.com​.
 

Sun, December 15
12:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 12/15/2019 12:00pm 12/15/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Wrapping Fundraiser: Support North Plainfield Project Graduation

​North Plainfield
Class of 2022 Project Graduation
Fundraiser
Tired of wrapping gifts? Let us be your elves and do the wrapping for you!
Sunday, December 15th 12pm - 4pm
Vermeule Center (Clinton Ave.)
Snacks and Hot Chocolate will be sold
Suggested Donations: $10 (up to 5 gifts) $20 (6-10 gifts)
$30 (11-15 gifts)*
For larger gift amounts, or for any questions please email us at ...

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PATERSON, NJ - Paterson Animal Control Officer John DeCando is hoping for a post-Christmas miracle for one Paterson puppy.

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Be prepared for icy road conditions in Warren, especially Hillcrest Road, Morning Glory Road, Warrenville Road and Washington ...

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