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Superintendent to Hold Press Conference Announcing Donation

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The Woodbridge Township Board of Education and Administration will hold a press conference acknowledging a donation of $3,000.00 from the Colonial Pipeline Company, Avenel, NJ. The donation will be divided between six district schools that fall within one-half mile of the company's existing pipeline. Port Reading School #9, Ross Street School #11, Ford Avenue School #14, Lafayette Estates School #25, Matthew Jago School #28, and Fords Middle School will each receive $500.00.

Frank Sutphen, Chairman of the Woodbridge Community Advisory Panel (C.A.P.) stated "I'm very proud of Colonial's desire to give back to our community, and I'm proud to serve with people like Colonial's Management Representatives, Greg Stewart and Duncan Sinclair of the Blair Road facility, who work so hard to keep Woodbridge clean and safe."

Interest was sparked at the Colonial Pipeline Company's headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, following a review of the C.A.P. "Safety Day" program at our schools. The press conference will be held on Thursday, February 9, 2012, 11:30 a.m., at Port Reading School #9, 77 Turner Street, Port Reading. For further information, please contact Frank Sutphen at 732-684-1630, or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

John A. Crowe

Superintendent of Schools









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