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McGinn School Wins FroyoWorld Penny Race

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Penny Race winner is McGinn School. Donation from FroyoWorld will benefit the McGinn PTA. Credits: Courtesy of FroyoWorld
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Albert Caamic, owner of FroyoWorld Credits: John Mooney
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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- McGinn Elementary School's donation jar has completely filled and has become the winner of FroyoWorld's first Penny Race.

The donation jars with the names of the other schools will remain open. All contributed pennies will go to the Scotch Plains Rescue Squad. 

"To continue the excitement, I will match the  contents of the 2nd jar who can  top what McGinn did," said Albert Caamic, owner of the Scotch Plains FroyoWorld. "Ask everyone to come and drop in their pennies."

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McGinn's students get 10% off froyo for one week in March. Next month, the SP Public Library shall be the designated beneficiary. 

Editor's Note: FroyoWorld is an advertiser of TAPintoSPF. To inquire about advertising, contact jmooney@tapinto.net.

 

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