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Published: 22 January 2013
The hardworking committee for the Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship Fund Fashion Show, sponsored by The SOURCE Foundation, invites you to its first-time event at Buona Sera Restaurant on Sunday, February 10 from 12 to 3 pm. Tickets are $40 for admission which includes the fashion show, lunch and coffee bar. The event features a 50/50 raffle and raffle basket auction. For tickets contact Suzanne Keller, SOURCE Director at 732-842-8000 ext. 1236 or email . Pictured, left to right are: Linda Ensor, Middletown, Nicole Paventi, Red Bank, Suzanne Keller, Director of the RBR SOURCE, Carolina Sachs, Little Silver, Nilda Collazo, Little Silver, Rose Powers, RBR ELL teacher. (Seated is Anita Caamano, RBR Guidance Counselor). Members of the committee not pictured are RBR Principal, Risa Clay and Director of Student Personnel Services, Dawn Kaszuba.
Little Silver, NJ The SOURCE at Red Bank Regional (RBR) and its kind benefactors are helping to make dreams come true through the Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship Program. This program, founded over ten years ago, has provided scholarships for qualifying Latino students at RBR to assist them in affording their dream of college. To benefit the scholarship, The SOURCE Foundation is sponsoring a fashion show and gift auction on Sunday, February 10 from 12 to 3 pm at the Buona Sera Restaurant, located at
Fashions will be presented by Uphoria, a unique boutique in Little Silver that offers clothing that both mother and daughter would be delighted to sport. And speaking of sports, the Sport Spot in
The SOURCE is a RBR’s School-Based Youth Services Program whose mission is to remove all obstacles that impede students’ academic success. It services range from quality mental health counseling to learning support initiatives. The SOURCE also offers scholarship opportunities for all students and forms alliances with community organizations to garner additional funding for focused scholarships such as the Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship fund. Most recently, it has actively aided those in the RBR community most severely affected by Super Storm Sandy with its Hurricane relief fund.