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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

NAACP shows off new office during ribbon cutting (Woodbury)

WOODBURY -- The Gloucester County NAACP unveiled renovations to its office Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The office is located in the Woodbury Child Development Center. 

NAACP President Loretta Winters hosted the event and welcomed guests, including Congressman Donald Norcross and Woodbury Mayor Jessica Floyd.
Darlene Walker, past president of the South Jersey chapter of the Coalition of 100 Black Women, presented Winters with a potted plant for her new office.
The renovations were financed by donations and labor from Lorman Construction, Home Depot of Deptford, South Jersey Federal Credit Union, the Winters family and members of the NAACP.

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