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Layette Assembly

Our next Layette Assembly will take place in early fall.  Join us!  A sign up will be available as we get closer.

 

Layette Assemblies are held 5 times per year at Memorial Hall.  Help is needed packing the baby clothing, blankets, and other items that make up the layette bundles that we provide to the free pediatric clinics at Overlook and Morristown hospitals.  Once packed up in our signature blue bags, we need volunteers to drop off the bundles in Morristown and Summit. For more information contact Laura Sullivan at lms20@aol.com.

 

 

 
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Our Lady Help of Christians Tutoring

Tuesdays from 8:15 am to 10:30 am

23 N Clinton St, East Orange, NJ 07017

 

Volunteers needed to work with the younger children at OLHC on reading or math skills with materials provided by their teachers. You can sign up on a one-time or repeating basis. Or sign up with a friend and do every other week, coordinating schedules.  Carpool leaves Summit at 8:15 and returns by 10:30. If you visit once, you will want to come back!

 

We only have a few more visits left this school year!  Come and check it out!

 

For more information contact ccssummit@gmail.com.

 

 

Sign up here.

 

 

 
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Tiny Toppers Knitting

Our next Knitting gathering is TBD.  We will try to get together again before the summer!

 

 Join us as we come together to knit adorable baby hats, or tiny toppers, for babies in need. We welcome beginning knitters (we’ll teach you!), as well as seasoned knitters who want to join us for an enjoyable get together! You will be notified of any upcoming events. Tiny Toppers are included in our layettes and given to babies at the free pediatric clinics at Overlook and Morristown hospitals.  We also donate baby hats to social service agencies such as Birthhaven, a home for single mothers, as needed.  For more information, contact Cynthia Tarantino at ctarantino991@comcast.net or 908-273-0046

 

 

 

 
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