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Roselle Park Arts Festival Looking for Volunteers

ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Roselle Park Arts Festival is looking for all different types and skills of volunteers for their upcoming event being held on September 23. They can work with different schedules if needed. 

Volunteers are needed for: 

Set-up

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Activity Tables 

Short Film Fest

Music

Breakdown and clean up

Full day or a few hours, what ever you can do before, during and after the 1p.m. to 9p.m. event. 

Contact Danielle Zdanowicz Volunteer Co-Coordinator via email at dzdanowicz77@aol.com or text to 908-590-2708.

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