TINTON FALLS – The annual concert with Holiday Express will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, in Ranney School’s Panther Hall on the schools’ Hope Road campus.
The holiday-themed show, which also features Ranney’s Upper School musicians, has not only warmed the hearts of a sell-out crowd, but has also filled students, parents, faculty and friends with the spirit of giving for the past three years.
This year the school community is being asked to collect blankets; body wash; coloring books for adults; crayons; deodorant for men and women; gloves for men and women; mittens for men, women and children; pens and pencils; playing cards; rain ponchos; scarves; shampoo; heavy white socks for men and women and warm socks for children; toothbrushes for both adults and children; toothpaste; and washcloths.
A collection of the items will be accepted at the door of the annual benefit concert.
Tickets are available and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a $30 donation required per ticket, which may be purchased in-person at the Special Events Office on the second floor of the annex or by mail. Reservations will not be accepted over the phone and tickets must be paid for at the time of reservation. All checks should be made payable to Holiday Express.
All proceeds go directly to Holiday Express in support of its mission.
Additional information and questions regarding upcoming Holiday Express events and activities can be addressed to the Special Events Office by phone at 732-542-4777, Ext. 1181, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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