Letter: Juniors Thank Discount Card Businesses


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MyVeronaNJ-Thank-YouOn behalf of the Junior Woman’s Club of Verona, we would like to thank the local businesses who helped to make our annual discount card fundraiser successful again this year! The fundraiser began in June and will continue through the end of November.

We are very grateful for the support of Avenue Bistro, Bagelwich, Bella Salon & Spa, Cloverleaf Tavern, Forte Pizzeria & Ristorante, Frank Anthony’s, JT’s Barber Shop, Kids Cuts, Krauszer’s Liquor Locker, Lakeside Deli, Lapels, O’Neil’s, Quality Car Care, Rock’n’ Joes, Subway, Trend, The Towne Scoop, Verona Diner, Verona Inn, Verona Pizza, Verona Sports Center and Verona Yoga. We are also very grateful to PostNet for printing the discount cards.

We would like to thank the individuals in our community who purchased discount cards. The sales contribute to the overall funds we need to continue the important work we do within our community and beyond: assisting families in need, supporting our first responders, awarding scholarships to our students, caring for our senior citizens, filling gaps in our school budget with grants and supplies, and supporting a variety of local, national and international humanitarian organizations.

The good news is discount cards are still available! Please visit www.veronajuniors.org for a complete list of details and to purchase a card. Cards are $20 each ($18 for seniors) and can be used repeatedly until the end of November.

Please email[email protected] with any questions.

Carrie Naulty & Christine McGrath
2nd Vice Presidents, Junior Woman’s Club of Verona

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