Office of the Mayor – West Windsor Township
March 9, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contacts: Barbara Edmonds at email@example.com
PRESS RELEASE FOR WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL EVENT ON RESOURCES FOR THESE CHALLENGING TIMES MARCH 5, 2010
On Saturday, March 20, 2010, the West Windsor Township Human Relations Council is sponsoring a forum and resource information fair titled “Coping with These Challenging Times- Advice and Resource Aids for Families, Adults and Individuals” at the West Windsor Plainsboro High School South library from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m... The event is also being co-sponsored by the WW-P African-American Parent Support Group which is an advocacy organization on behalf of African-American children who attend the WW-P School District.
The program will include brief presentations by the various representatives in government agencies, community based organizations, educational institutions, and faith based organizations, health care providers, business and elected officials who will share critical information to help all get through these challenging times in an extremely tough economy in New Jersey. There will also be an information fair to provide community members with an opportunity to speak one on one with the representative organizations to answer questions, provide helpful resource and referral information.
Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh stated, “It is extremely important that our government, educational institutions, non-profit and business community do whatever we can to provide families and individuals hurt by this challenging economy with the resources and tools that are available to help them survive and thrive. This program will do just that, and I look forward to our Township being in the forefront of giving back to our community residents in need.”
Representatives at this event will include in addition to West Windsor Township Resources, Plainsboro Township resources from their Library and Recreation Departments, representatives from Mercer and Middlesex County services, representatives from Assemblywoman Linda Greenstein and other officials, Princeton HealthCare Systems, Mercer County Community College and representatives from local faith based organizations and more.
The program is free and open to the public.
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