23 April, 2021

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To celebrate Volunteer Appreciation week, all CCEJ volunteers past & present are invited to an an online game night on Friday, April 23 from 5:30 – 7pm!

Unwind at the end of your day with friends from CCEJ.  Meet new folks and re-connect with friends you haven’t seen in awhile.  Extroverts, Ambiverts, & Introverts welcome – we’ll have something for everyone!

Volunteers can be from any of our current or past programs, including: Building Bridges Camp, Healing Harms, REAL Resiliency, Conscious Classrooms, Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast Committee, CCEJ Interns, and more!

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect: http://bit.ly/CCEJvolunteer

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