Easterseals hosts first Holiday party since pandemic to spread cheer with community

Submitted by Tom Tauchert

ASBURY PARK, NJ – After taking a three-year break during the pandemic, consumers from Easterseals NJ’s day habilitation programs will be participating in Tim McLoone’s Holiday Express party once again. More than 200 people with disabilities from local communities are expected to attend with approximately 60 staff attending to help spread holiday cheer. Guests will enjoy a great meal provided by Jersey’s Mike’s, games and dancing to live music from the Holiday Express band and a visit from Santa, Frosty, The Grinch and Cookie Monster.  

For more than 100 years, Easterseals New Jersey has helped individuals and families with disabilities or special needs live, learn, work and play in their communities with equality, dignity and independence. Annually, over 5,000 people in New Jersey with developmental disabilities receive services in programs designed to help them achieve independence and full community-integration. For more information on Easterseals New Jersey and its statewide disability services, visit http://www.eastersealsnj.org./ 

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