Military families program to begin


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Center for Prevention & Counseling will kick off this year’s Military Family Night Out (MFNO) program beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 23.

This year, MFNO will be held at Sussex County Community College and all veteran and active military families will have access to Veteran Affairs at SCCC.

Complimentary Dinner is provided each week, guest speakers that specialize in resources and services for military families and an added bonus, $300 gift card incentives for families who graduate the program.

Contact Ayla at 973-383-4787, Ext. 251 for more information.



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