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Education Enrichment Foundation Hosts 3rd Annual Beefsteak Dinner on Thurs, March 10

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SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- The Education Enrichment Foundation of Scotch Plains-Fanwood (EEF) will host its third annual Beefsteak Dinner at Saint Bartholomew’s Church in Scotch Plains on Thursday, March 10, from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m.

The EEF of SPF is a volunteer fundraising organization in our community that provides grant opportunities for all educators in the SPF school district, supporting unique innovative educational experiences in our schools. The organization works to enrich the quality of education in the SPFK-12 school district by focusing on student achievement, student leadership, innovation in the classroom, and enhanced learning through technology and innovation.

In addition to EEF's hallmark educator grant program, the organization offers a highly successful Student Leadership Training Conference called the LTC 100, which provides leadership training to over 100 middle school students annually. The EEF also sponsored cohorts of students for the Students 2 Science program, as part of our mission to fund and initiate new innovative programs. This program is now funded by the district and still continues to offer SPF Middle School and High School students additional authentic learning opportunities in a professional state of the art science lab research facility.

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"Our 3rd annual All-You-Can-Eat Beefsteak Dinner promises to be an enjoyable community event," said Dominick Giordano EEF president. "Proceeds from this event will be used to fund the EEF’s educational enrichment programs. We hope to see you there and thank everyone in advance for their support."

For more information about attending this event, contact Jane Costello at jane.a.costello@comcast.net. Mail checks made payable to EEF of SPF, P.O. Box 621, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

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