K.E.E.P. plans Kamikaze Cook-Off


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K.E.E.P. Inc. announces the return of the Kamikaze Cook-off. Back by popular demand, this fun evening fund raiser will be held at the HaLuLu Restaurant (Byram ShopRite Plaza, 90 Route 206, Stanhope) on March 20, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Operations Director Linda Conrad says, “Due to scheduling problems we had to forego this fun event last year but we are pleased to announce that we have our aprons ready and are all set to go!” Conrad continues, “K.E.E.P. is the largest non-profit child care provider in Sussex County. We serve more than four hundred Sussex County families who utilize our various programs from before and after-school programs held in many of the public schools, to L’il Keepers (for children six week to six years), Snow Day Care, Holiday Care and Summer Camp all of which are held at our main facility on Demarest Road.

All together we care for children from six weeks of age right up to thirteen years of age.

Fund raisers such as the Kamikaze Cook-off help us keep our programs affordable for Sussex County families.

Tickets are $60 per person, $600 for a table of ten, and include soup, salad, choice of chicken, steak, scallops or shrimp, soda and dessert. For tickets or more information call 973-383-2213. www.keepkids.org.



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