Twelve fourth grade students from The Pingry School spent an afternoon with children from Harmony House, a transitional housing facility for homeless families at 278 South Orange Ave. in Newark. The group gifted Harmony House with brand new games and toys for the children and also donated household items like towels, blankets and cleaning supplies as well as snacks, according to Patricia Casey, a teacher at Pingry, a private school where the Lower School is based in Short Hills. The youth enjoyed each other’s company as they ate snacks and played games in the recreation room of Harmony House.
- Post author:Michelle Lang
- Post published:January 14, 2015
- Post category:Harmony House / Latest News
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