WHAT: RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR FIRST SOUTH JERSEY FAMILY CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH TOURETTE SYNDROME
WHO: Assemblywoman Celeste Riley, Pittsgrove Township Mayor Linda DuBois, NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice
WHEN: SATURDAY, OCT. 9TH 10 A.M.
WHERE: APPEL FARM, 457 Shirley Road, Elmer, NJ 08318
WHY: The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome hosts its first family camp for children with TS at Appel Farm Arts & Music Camp in Elmer. This is an extension of the already The focus of the weekend is to encourage self-esteem in TS kids, family building, advocacy and stigma-breaking. Despite a massive budget cut (65%), NJCTS is keeping its promise to South Jersey children and families and launching this inaugural camp.