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Imagine is Grand Prize Winner in Sue Adler 100th Home Charity Program

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Back: Jeremy Knopf, Seth Bogfanoff, Scott Shuman, Michelle Daniher. (front row) Melissa Bulwith, Sue Adler, Mandi Zucker, Laurie Silver-Corsello, Lee Smith, Mary Robinson, Amy Margulies, Kathy Vergel. Credits: Imagine
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UNION COUNTY, NJ -- Members of the Sue Adler Team of Keller Williams real estate professionals presented Imagine with a check for $10,000 for being the grand prize winner of their 100 Home Sale Contest on September 8. The contest engaged local charities in an online competition for the most votes over the spring and summer. Upon the Sue Adler Team’s closing of their 100th home, the organization with the most votes was declared the winner.

"We are so grateful for the Sue Adler Team’s focus on philanthropy and commitment to the communities they serve. As a privately funded organization, corporate support is absolutely necessary in order for us to be able to not only continue our grief support services and educational programs, but also to expand upon them,” said Mary Robinson, Imagine Founder and Executive Director.

"Our visit to Imagine was humbling to say the least. It is no wonder that they had so many supporters during our 100th home sale charity program. There are 2 words that come to mind when I think of Imagine - Compassion and Education," Adler said.

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"Imagine provides grief support to children and their families as they are dealing with the death or life-altering illness of a loved one. The support system makes them feel like they are not the only ones going through it, and their educational and training programs are unbelievable," she added. "It was truly an honor for us as a team to present a $10,000 check to them from The Sue Adler Team's 100th Home Sale of 2017."

The Sue Adler Team has been the #1 producing real estate team in New Jersey for the past three years and strive to be an advocate, community partner and the market expert, check them out at www.SueAdler.com.

Imagine provides free year-round peer support groups for children age 3-18 who have had a parent or sibling die, with concurrent groups for parents and guardians. Free support groups are also available for young adults 18 and up who have had a friend, sibling or parent die. Imagine also provides in-home support and support groups for children and teens who have a family member living with a life-altering physical illness. For more information about Imagine, come for a tour offered three times a month.  Tour dates can be found by visiting www.imaginenj.org or contact info@imaginenj.org or 908-264-3100. 

 

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And in the beginning, G‑d was homeless, and so G‑d asked His people to set Him up with some digs. Where does it say that? Well, nowhere, actually. But it does say that G‑d instructed Moses to tell the people, “They shall make for Me a Sanctuary, that I may dwell among them.”

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Former Cranford Mayor Endorses Nick Scutari for Democratic Chair

February 17, 2018

Dear Editor:

Having Senator Scutari lead the (Democratic) party would certainly put Cranford in a good position for resolving the issues we face such as gun control, flood mitigation and public safety.

Union County is made up of urban and suburban communities, that we need to protect. The stronger our communities are, the stronger the diversity and our being connected will be.

Senator ...

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Girls Basketball: Union Catholic Will Play In Game To Support Childhood Cancer

February 18, 2018

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Union Catholic varsity girls basketball team is honored to be playing in the Gold-Out game at Bernards High School for the third straight year, a game that will raise money and awareness for Childhood Cancer.

The event, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 24 at 2 p.m, is called the “Gold-Out’’ game because gold is the awareness color for Childhood Cancer.

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