Sunday, January 17, 2010

Asbury Park Comes Out for Haiti Survivors

Tomorrow - Monday, January 18th - at Convention Hall, on Ocean Avenue, the city will hold an all day program to address concerns about the 7 magnitude earthquake the rocked Haiti six days ago, Asbury Park Mayor Ed Johnson has told Asbury Radio.
In addition, local merchants continue to offer their assistance:

Caravan of Hope for Haiti
Monday, January 18, 2010
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The Paramount Theatre and Convention Hall in Asbury Park will open their doors for comfort, relief aid and solidarity.

Please bring donations of money, clean clothing, non-perishable foods, and first-aid supplies. (No prescription or non-prescription drugs, please). (CH is storing some donated items for Haiti, but it is probably best to donate cash.)

Volunteer to collect and sort items for shipping

Featuring from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre:
1. Opening Prayer 2. Powerpoint history of Haiti 3. Message of the Coalition for Haitian-American Empowerment 4. Message of Mayor Ed Johnson, City of Asbury Park 5. Message of other Official as directed and introduced by Mayor Ed Johnson 6. Performers: Cassandra Monplaisir, Soucarina Lezin, Marsha Antoine ... 7. Closing Prayer
In conjunction with:
City of Asbury Park, The Coalition for Haitian American Empowerment, Madison Marquette and area businesses.
For information, call 732-455-5546
Thank you in advance for your support!
Kitschens Inc.
1000 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park
Asbury Park & Normandy Beach, New Jersey 07712

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