POSTPONED: Food Distribution Event

The Food Distribution scheduled for tomorrow, January 26th in Plainfield has been postponed due to impending inclement weather. The event will be rescheduled.

Residents are asked to check ucnj.org for further updates.

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Tue, January 26
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Add to My Calendar 01/26/2021 12:00pm 01/26/2021 1:00pm America/New_York POSTPONED: Food Distribution Event

The Food Distribution scheduled for tomorrow, January 26th in Plainfield has been postponed due to impending inclement weather. The event will be rescheduled.

Residents are asked to check ucnj.org for further updates.

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