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Like Mah Jongg? Play For a Cause at the Newmark School

Proceeds will go towards skill building programs at Newmark, a not-for-profit organization serving children living with special needs in NJ.

This release was received from the Newmark School.

The community is invited to play the ancient game of Mah Jongg at a special tournament fundraiser to benefit Newmark K-8 and Newmark High School on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 1000 Cellar Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ.  The Mah Jongg tournament begins at 12:30 PM sharp and includes three rounds. Doors open at 11:30 AM for lunch.  The tournament fee is $40 per person and includes lunch, snacks and prizes.  Proceeds will go towards skill building programs at Newmark, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving children living with special needs in NJ.

Don’t know how to play?  The “Learn To Play Mah Jongg” package is $25 per person and includes lunch (tournament is not included). Both events are for adults only. 

To register for the Mah Jongg tournament or lesson, please visit www.newmarkeducation.com.  The Mah Jongg Tournament and lesson will be held at Newmark, 1000 Cellar Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ  07076. 

Newmark K-8 School and Newmark High School are state-approved, private schools serving children living with autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, attention issue and other developmental disabilities since 2001.  The innovative Newmark Teacher Training Institute also provides educators with the opportunity to learn the extremely successful teaching methods used at Newmark.  For more information about Newmark’s academic programs, school tours, training and community events, visitwww.newmarkeducation.com       

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