Students Change Hunger is back for 2021 and as the pandemic is still affecting us, the need is greater than ever for students and schools to get involved. Your school can still make a difference by hosting a virtual fundraiser or by asking students to bring donations directly to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey in Hillside.
Register your school now to help New Jersey families in need by going to StudentsChangeHunger.org.
This morning on the Jersey Magazine, we’re presenting the interviews we did this past week for the 2021 campaign.
MARY BETH GABEL – Key Club Advisor, Teacher Madison High School
DIANA LEVY – School & Community Outreach Manager, Community FoodBank of New Jersey
ANDREW KAY – senior, Millburn High School
DEBBIE SCHEINHOLTZ – Schools and Community Outreach Manager, Community FoodBank of New Jersey
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ – president & CEO, Community FoodBank of New Jersey
Once again, it’s easy for you to get involved. Register your school now to help New Jersey families in need by going to StudentsChangeHunger.org!
ROCK N’ RUFF – This week Terrie Carr features another great adoptable – the Admiral from North Star Pet Rescue!
COACH SHEETS’ RIDE IN – Jeremy Sheetinger is the head baseball coach at Georgia Gwinnett College where he led the Grizz Gang to the 2021 NAIA National Championship. His weekly “fire me up” tweet every Thursday may, on the surface, be geared toward his fellow baseball coaches, but his motivational message can easily be applied to the classroom, workplace, and your personal relationships. This week, Coach Sheets stresses the importance of hitting “send” in your life, even if you think it will only impact one person. And yes, he even breaks out the Baby Blues!
🚘 HOW ‘BOUT THAT RIDE IN? 🚘— Jeremy Sheetinger (@CoachSheets3) October 7, 2021
Big time Attitude of Gratitude this morning!
🎉 Yesterday marked ONE YEAR of Thursday Ride In videos… but it started with hitting SEND once.
What do you have on your plate that you just need to hit SEND on! Do it!
⚡️ Positive Vibes Only!
Questions or comments about the show? Email us at JerseyMagazine@wdhafm.com.