WESTFIELD, NJ — Volunteers of all ages will have the chance to help with more than 15 hands-on service projects during the Second Annual Edison Intermediate School Community Day, taking place May 6 from 10 a.m. until noon at EIS.
Opportunities will include projects such as writing letters to the troops, making lunches and care kits for homeless people, making appreciation banners for police and firefighters and other projects for organizations such as The Birthday Box and the Ronald McDonald House.
Lisa Blitt, one of the community day’s organizers, said that they expect between 200 and 300 people to drop in for a half hour or more throughout the event.
“It’s open to the entire community,” Blitt sad. “People from Westfield and surrounding towns are welcome.”
Service hours will be given for all projects.