Thanks to several generous grants, groups of kids in South Jersey are taking the opportunity to educate their peers across the state about not only the dangers of traditional tobacco products, but also newer conduits.
President Ronald Reagan began an effort in 1987 to recognize the contributions of Americans who, because of their various disabilities, had been previously ignored, shuttered away in institutions, and denied full inclusion in their communities.
Lauren and Mackenzie Multari have had an eye for charity since they were in kindergarten. Now seventh-graders, the twins have sharpened that focus in a way that is continually helping those less fortunate than them.
Based on a similar event staged in recent years in Pittsburgh, Thursday's "Cool Down for Warmth" on Championship Plaza at the Prudential Center will raise money to provide utility assistance grants to New Jersey families in need.