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Farmers Market Highlights “Woodbridge Wednesday” on Main Street

Farmers Market Highlights “Woodbridge Wednesday” on Main Street

Downtown Woodbridge and Main Street is transformed into an open-air Farmers Market every Wednesday from 3:00 to 7:30 p.m. when Garden State farmers bring the best “Jersey Fresh” products and locally grown produce directly to Township residents.

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Woodbridge Joins Nationwide Support of HERO Campaign

Woodbridge Joins Nationwide Support of HERO Campaign

Mayor John E. McCormac, Woodbridge Township officials, local business owners and members of the community announced their official support of the Ensign John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for designated drivers June 29 at a press conference.

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Woodbridge Businesses Show They “Have-A-Heart”

Woodbridge Businesses Show They “Have-A-Heart”

The 2010 Woodbridge Township “Have-A-Heart” food drive got underway in January with a challenge to Township food stores, restaurants, and businesses to donate 214 pounds of non-perishable food or contribute $214 to Township food pantries. The challenge concluded on Feb. 17 with more than 50 area businesses contributing over 20,000 pounds of food and more than $8,000 to “We Feed Woodbridge.” The annual “Have-A- Heart” food drive, coordinated by the Woodbridge Department of Health and Human Services, works with area food pantries, churches, parishes, schools and community and senior organizations to replenish and restock Township food pantries.

Amy Bellisano, Senior General Manager, Woodbridge Center Mall, presents $798.00 to Peter Barcellona, Chairman of the “We Feed Woodbridge” Committee as their contribution to the 2010 “Have-A-Heart” food drive.

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