Alonso Committee to meet on March 25


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The Aaron Alonso Committee will meet on Tuesday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jefferson Municipal Building, located at 33 Weldon Road, Oak Ridge.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the status of current fundraisers for Aaron and his family, future fundraisers, ideas, support while he is hospitalized and when he returns home.

To be part of this Committee, come to the meeting. To be part of the committee, speak to Joanne Meyer in the mayor's office at 973-208-6102 or contact Jack Kelly at 973-697-5957. Your name, email address and telephone number will be added to the committee's list.

At the present time, there are fundraisers being held for him and his family.

Donations are accepted at www.giveforward.com. Just follow the directions as they appear on the screen.

You can also donate at any PNC Bank. Let the teller at the bank know that you want to make a donation to the "Alonso Strong Benefit, Inc." When requested, the last four digits of the account are "7381".




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