W. A. L. K.
Walk Alongside a Literacy Kid!
Registration starts at 10am at the
Registration : $10 for Adults.
$5 for children under 12
Includes a T-shirt and literacy gift.
*T-shirts will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.
Pre-registrations will be honored 1st!
Every Irvington child will be able to walk away with a library card at the end of this event!
Irvington Library Card!
If you are a Essex County Resident attending this event and have a library card from your city, you can use your card at the Irvington Library!
The goal of this Literacy Walk-a-thon is to encourage a child to read more!
To promote reading by exposing them and giving them a small tour to the library.
To get them away from the computers and away from the TV & video game sets.
Still not too late to donate to Team Cee:
or any of the registered teams
A Special THANK YOU to Irvington NJ Mayor Wayne Smith, City Council, Board of Education, Irvington Library and the City of Irvington for endorsing this Literacy Walk-a-thon!!
*Cee & Learn is a not-for-profit corporation.
All contributions are tax-deductible.
The S.O.F.I.A. Support Group (Starting Out Fresh Intervention Advocates) for Teens and Concerned Adults of Domestic Violence would like to tell you about their Healing Through Therapeutic Arts ~ Discussion and Fellowship events held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
There are many paths that one can take on their journey to healing from Domestic Violence. S.O.F.I.A. Support Group uses Therapeutic Arts as one of them. Several workshops are offered in Yoga, Martial Arts, Dance and many more. To attend one of the workshops held every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 6:30-8 pm you are encouraged to pre-register at www.supportsofia.org or call 973-932-0530. The workshops are held at Pooka Boutique 15 South Essex Ave, Orange, NJ. Of course walk ins are welcomed! Tell someone you love and bring a friend.
S.O.F.I.A.’s goal is to help Women and Children of Domestic Violence become self-sufficient, positive and successful. Their mission is to provide advocacy, supportive services and temporary housing to “at risk” individuals.
S.O.F.I.A. ~ because love does not hurt.
We all love to get a new car and hope that it will last forever. Humm at least 17 years like TheAdsOnUs Mobile has. Love a Honda! During these past 17 years I have not changed a tire, a plug or anything myself. Its not because I would not, it was because I did not know how.
On Saturday, April 14 come out to learn basic car maintance like oil changes, spark plugs and the like for only $5.00. Spaces are limited so register today
This clinic is open to all. If you have any questions call 908-379-8050!
CONTEST: Leave a comment by 11:59 EST today on Twitter #CommunityCarClinic or our FanPage about your car repair nightmare and you will have a chance to attend for free. One random winner will be selected.