Windsor Hightstown Area Ministerium  schedules Community Town Hall event   ¶ The Windsor Hightstown Area Ministerium (WHAM) is inviting all residents, may´ ors, elected officials, law en´ forcement and social justice groups from the WHAM membership area to partici´ pate in a Community Town Hall solely designed to strengthen our communities bond and discuss issues that have plagued our nation in recent weeks.¶ The “I Stand With My Neighbor” town hall gather´ ing will take place 7 p.m. Aug. 31, at the Melvin Kreps ||ýPage=005 Column=001 Loose,0044.07þ|| Middle School, 5 Kent Lane in East Windsor.¶ WHAM is committed to serving the community and its “I Stand With My Neigh´ bor” gathering will promote neighbors getting to know one another.¶ The group recognizes that elected officials, law en´ forcement and uniformede´ mergency responders provide a critical service toward the well-being of allcitizens.¶ WHAM is an interfaith ministerium comprised of pastors, rabbis, khateeb and priests from 30 area church´ ||ýPage=005 Column=002 OK,0034.07þ|| es, synagogues, mosque, temples and parishes in the Cranbury/Hightstown/ Plainsboro/East Windsor and West Windsor areas. WHAM has served these communi´ ties for nearly 40 years.¶ For more information, call 609-902-4964. ||ýPage=005 Column=003 Loose,0124.07þ|| |||||ý Underset=-02041þ|||||

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   The Windsor Hightstown Area Ministerium (WHAM) is inviting all residents, mayors, elected officials, law enforcement and social justice groups from the WHAM membership area to participate in a Community Town Hall solely designed to strengthen our communities bond and discuss issues that have plagued our nation in recent weeks.
   The “I Stand With My Neighbor” town hall gathering will take place 7 p.m. Aug. 31, at the Melvin Kreps Middle School, 5 Kent Lane in East Windsor.
   WHAM is committed to serving the community and its “I Stand With My Neighbor” gathering will promote neighbors getting to know one another.
   The group recognizes that elected officials, law enforcement and uniformedemergency responders provide a critical service toward the well-being of allcitizens.
   WHAM is an interfaith ministerium comprised of pastors, rabbis, khateeb and priests from 30 area churches, synagogues, mosque, temples and parishes in the Cranbury/Hightstown/Plainsboro/East Windsor and West Windsor areas. WHAM has served these communities for nearly 40 years.
   For more information, call 609-902-4964.