Community News & EventsEvent Announcements:Please join us on Saturday, May 22 from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Celebrate Willingboro Rally for a day of inspiration, connection and community unity. On that day, we will be honoring many people who have made, and continue to make, a difference in the lives of people. (Click here to see some of our expected guests.) A partial list of our honorees is attached for your information.
The rally will be held outdoors at the Grand Marketplace on Route 130 in Willingboro.
If for some reason you are unable to be with us that day, please make a financial donation to the Celebrate Willingboro Committee (CWC), Inc. All proceeds are fully tax-deductible and will be used for the township's Celebration of Patriotism and Family on July 4 in Mill Creek Park. To make a donation, please visit our website at www.celebratewillingboro.org or mail it to Beneficial Bank, 611 Beverly-Rancocas Road, Willingboro, NJ 08046. Thank you so much.____The Celebrate Willingboro Committee (CWC) needs your help with not only organizing the Fourth of July parade, but with other aspects of the celebratory day including the community festival and evening fireworks. More importantly, we need everyone's help in securing financial donations from the public, no matter how large or small they are. Donations can be made online at www.celebratewillingboro.org.
The next meeting of the CWC is Wednesday, April 7 at the Grand Marketplace food court at 10:30 AM. Please contact us also at email@example.com or you can reach Pat at (609) 531-0422 x2 or me at (609) 614-7532. Thank you for your continued support of CWC.
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Community News:Grand Marketplace Announces Winners of PTA Back to School FundraiserParticipants in the successful Back to School Supplies promotion at the Grand Marketplace gather for a check presentation event that raised $1,000 for Willingboro PTAs. Grand Marketplace merchants and management donated $2 for each $20 purchase made by school district parents and other shoppers who designated which school they wished to support.
Pictured (l-r) – Aida Brown, GMP promotion coordinator; Wayne Browne, promotion organizer; Makia Jackson, president, W.R. James Elementary; Fitzgerald Valme, president, Garfield East Elementary; Gwen Talbot, treasurer, Hawthorne Elementary; India Nelson, president, Stuart Elementary; CeeJa Gordon, president, Hawthorne Elementary; Melissa Galazin, GMP manager; Pat Lindsay-Harvey, promotion organizer. Not pictured – representatives of Twin Hills Elementary, Memorial Upper Elementary, Levitt Middle and Willingboro High schools and Howard Matheson, GMP owner.