Scoops of support for The Alcove

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Carm Bradley of Linwood and Atlantic County Surrogate, Jim Curcio are super scoopers at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of The Alcove. Carm Bradley of Linwood and Atlantic County Surrogate, Jim Curcio are super scoopers at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of The Alcove. LINWOOD—The volunteer scoopers were busy Sunday as hundreds lined up all day to enjoy ice cream sundaes and support The Alcove Center fro Grieving Children and Families.  

All Wars Memorial Park was a fun place Sunday. Kids and their families could spend the afternoon and aside from enjoying their sundae on Sunday there was a balloon magician, a giant slide, bounce house, Barnyard Friends Petting Zoo and tractor rides around the park. The midway of the park was filled with vendors offering unique and fun gifts.

The best part of the day was the outcome of all that fun; the money raised will keep all of the programs offered to children working their way through the loss of a loved one free of charge.

The Alcove offers workshops and school outreach programs that are designed to help students who might not be able to come to the Alcove center in Northfield. These programs are able to be offered through the generosity of The Alcove benefactors. Sundaes on Sunday and the other fundraisers along with donations and memorials make those programs possible.

President of The Alcove Board of Directors, Beth Blumberg called the fifth annual Sundaes on Sunday a huge success and thanked all the people who made The Alcove part of their Sunday.   

Best buddies Neila Callaghan and Taylor Funk, both 5 and from Linwood enjoy their ice cream with all the toppings at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of The Alcove. Best buddies Neila Callaghan and Taylor Funk, both 5 and from Linwood enjoy their ice cream with all the toppings at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of The Alcove.

Madeline Blanche, 6, of Northfield gives the donkey a good scratch on the back at the Madeline Blanche, 6, of Northfield gives the donkey a good scratch on the back at the

hree-year-old Mason Simpson and his big brother Tyler, 5, of Ocean View enjoy the Barnyard Friends Petting Zoo at the fifth annual Sundaes on Sunday in support of The Alcove at All Wars Memorial Park in Linwood. hree-year-old Mason Simpson and his big brother Tyler, 5, of Ocean View enjoy the Barnyard Friends Petting Zoo at the fifth annual Sundaes on Sunday in support of The Alcove at All Wars Memorial Park in Linwood.

Elijah Barnes, 21/2 of Mays Landing and his family traveled to Linwood Sunday to support The Alcove Center for Grieving Children and their Families at the Sundaes on Sunday event in Linwood. Elijah Barnes, 21/2 of Mays Landing and his family traveled to Linwood Sunday to support The Alcove Center for Grieving Children and their Families at the Sundaes on Sunday event in Linwood.

Twins Terriana and Alycia Kinman, 11, and their little sister Bella, 3, of Somers Point enjoy a fun day at All Wars Memorial Park in Linwood at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of the Alcove Center for Grieving Children and their families. Twins Terriana and Alycia Kinman, 11, and their little sister Bella, 3, of Somers Point enjoy a fun day at All Wars Memorial Park in Linwood at the Sundaes on Sunday event in support of the Alcove Center for Grieving Children and their families.


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