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We Welcomed Everyone! 

       Happy Holidays!

Christmas Tree Lighting 

that honored The CHERAB Foundation and our children

Wednesday, December 5, 2001  

Headquarters Plaza Hotel, Morristown, NJ 973-889-2002

"Share the holiday spirit with good friends, great food, and the sounds of the season"

"Hundreds Gather for Special Tree Lighting" 

NJ Counties Online: Serving Your Community Wednesday December 12, 2001

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Pictures from NJ Morris County Online

The CHERAB Foundation was privileged to be this holiday season's chosen charitable organization.   Each year, the Headquarters Plaza  selects one charitable organization based on their commitment and dedication to the communities, to honor in a festive gala.    Some of the past organizations honored with this prestigious nomination have been the American Red Cross, The Cancer Society and the American Heart Association. 

 

The joyful affair, which was held at the Headquarters Plaza during the holiday season, is a magical celebration of fun, food, family, and friends.   Headquarters Plaza is a deluxe hotel in the timeless European tradition. With a dazzling ambiance, exceptional service and a historic location. 

 

On the eve of Wednesday, December 5th, 2001, Santa arrived early at Headquarters Plaza to say "hello" to all the good little boys and girls.  There were carolers singing under a grand Christmas tree, which reached to the top of the cathedral ceiling of the elegant lobby.  Delicious hors d'oeuvres, finger foods and beverages were served while the exciting planned events of the evening unfolded.  It held special moments and memories, which lit up more than the tree, that all of our families to always treasure.

Many distinguished government officials were there to raise awareness about the goals of the CHERAB Foundation to support all of our children.  This event was featured on News Channel 12, along with other TV, newspapers, and radio stations, who joined us for this wonderful event to assist us to further spread the "word"

 

 

Thank you Headquarters Plaza for 

Helping to give our children a smile and a voice!!

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