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Verona Juniors Holding Fundraiser at Fireworks June 30

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The Junior Woman’s Club of Verona will once again host a fundraiser during the Verona Fireworks on June 30.

Stylists from Hair @ Alicia’s in Montclair will be on hand with red and blue extensions and hair color for purchase. The Juniors will also be selling water, juice, glow necklaces, and spinners.

Thanks to a donation from Caldwell Event Outfitters and Eight Hills Catering, the club also will have popcorn and hotdogs for sale.

Proceeds from the evening will be donated to Verona nonprofit organizations, so please be sure to look for the Verona Juniors’ Concession Stand.

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