Veterans and active service members, bring your families and join us for a FREE night of swimming, food, and prizes at The Newton Pool, Newton, NJ on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 5:00pm-7:00pm. You will also learn more about the Military Family Night Out program offered by the Center for Prevention and Counseling, as well as meet the program facilitators. Military Family Night Out is a FREE program for military families that focuses on bringing families closer together with resources and activities that support and engage families members of all ages. In addition, dinner is provided and served and each receive up to $300 in gift card incentives to local business establishments upon completing the program. RSVP is required by August 21st . Please contact Patrice Reilly at the Center for Prevention and Counseling at 973-383-4787 Ext, 245, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Military Family Night Out Pool Party
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