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"Caroling for the Rohrer Family" This Sunday, Dec. 17 at Old Manahawkin Baptist Church

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Kevin Rohrer, Stafford resident who recently passed. Benefit for his family this Sunday Dec. 17 at Old Manahawkin Baptist Church. Credits: Legacy.com
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STAFFORD - Recently, an area husband and father Kevin Rohrer passed away suddenly.  The Stafford Township community has risen up to support this family during this difficult time. 

Christine Kenduck, Sari McGovern and Angela Randall have organized a “Caroling for the Rohrer Family” event at the Old Manahawkin Baptist Church building, now operated by the Stafford Historical Society.

The event will be this Sunday, Dec. 17, from 3 to 5 p.m. All of the community is invited to participate in a Christmas sing-along, during which friends of the family will lead in the caroling.

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Donations of cash and gift cards to benefit the family will be accepted. The location of the church is 120 North Main St., just north of Manahawkin Lake Park. Anybody who can’t make the event and wants to help out with a donation may call Angela Randall at 609-712-2818.

 

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