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Cigar social scheduled at JR Cigars to honor Veterans

Cigar Social scheduled at JR Cigars to honor Veterans

Project Help is sponsoring this cigar social at JR Cigars on April 25, 2017 to encourage veterans, friends and family of vets, to come out and enjoy the company, great conversation and have a few laughs as you enjoy your favorite cigar.  You can also learn more about how Project Help is making a difference in the lives of our veterans.

 

JR Cigars located at 310 Rt. 10 in Whippany is hosting this social from 6:30 – 10:00 PM in the Churchill Room.  It is free to attend and will feature a cash bar stocked with single malt and all of the best libation for your pleasure.  The kitchen will be open to purchase a meal for $10.95 and a free cigar.  JR’s features an abundant variety of cigars from all over the world along with many accessories for the pleasure of the cigar connoisseur.   For more information or to reserve you spot, please call Sandy at 973-875-2068 or emailsandy@mitchellclan.com (Brian, do you want your contact info here?)

 

“Project Help board members will be present to talk with folks about how we are helping all veterans in need of assistance.  If they wore the uniform of our county we will do our very best to assist them.  We hope to reach a good number of people at the mixer with our message of hope for vets”, said Brian Beck, Board Member of Project Help.

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Project Help, an all-volunteer organization, is a 501c3 charity who only mission is to provide support to veterans and their families during difficult times.  They partner with many other service organizations and work together to be able to provide the very best help possible for our veterans and their families. 

To learn more about Project Help, visit www.ProjectHelp.US and find them on www.Facebook/ProjectHelpUS @ProjectHelp.

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