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Verona Juniors Thank Community for Supporting Bunny Brunch

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The Verona Juniors would like to thank everyone who attended our annual Bunny Brunch on March 25. It was wonderful to see families coming together to eat breakfast and meet the Easter Bunny. The record-breaking crowd raised $2,400 that will go directly to support our Adopt-a-Family program, which helps families in need in Verona.

This event would not have been possible without the support of some area businesses, including Little Nest Portraits of Montclair, Hot Bagels and More of Verona, Kings Supermarket of Verona, Super Foodtown of Cedar Grove, ShopRite of West Caldwell, Stop and Shop of West Caldwell, Dunkin’ Donuts of Cedar Grove, Dunkin’ Donuts of West Orange, Dunkin’ Donuts of Verona, Dunkin’ Donuts of Caldwell, Learning Express of Verona, Towne Scoop of Verona and Jonathan’s Balloons of Upper Montclair. 

A big thank you goes out to Joanne Theobald and the Juniorettes for doing a great job with the kids’ crafts and face painting and to our three Easter Bunny volunteers this year!

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Finally, we would like to thank Superintendent Rui Dionisio, who allowed us to use the high school cafeteria, and to the Verona High School custodial staff for all of their help before, during, and after the event.

Thanks again to everyone who supported our event.


Catherine Crevoiserat and Shannon Curtin

Bunny Brunch co-chairs

Junior Woman’s Club of Verona

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