News & Events
American Red Cross Blood Drive
January 22, 2019
2 PM - 7 PM
Please join us for a Blood Drive through the American Red Cross on January 22nd, 2019 from 2pm-7pm. It will take place at our Washington Township Location in the Community Room.
Give Blood. Save Lives.
For an appointment, call: 1-800-RED CROSS
Or register online at RedCrossBlood.org
Search by sponsor code keyword: McGuinness
All presenting donors will receive a free Dunkin’ gift, while supplies last.
Holiday Drive: Collecting Gently Used Coats
Until January 21, 2019
Winter is just around the corner and if you are starting to shop for a new coat, why not donate your old one?
The Williamstown Chamber of Commerce & CKBC Brewery is helping HFM Investment Advisors Inc. of Glassboro, NJ reach their goal again this year. All gently used coats donated will go to those in need throughout Gloucester County.
Please keep in mind if you are fortunate to receive a new coat as your Holiday Gift, donate your old one - the coat drive goes until January 21, 2019.
Coat Drop Locations:
Williamstown Chamber of Commerce located in:
SOS Group Building
1829 N. Black Horse Pike
Williamstown, NJ 08094
CKBC Cross Keys
1038 N. Main Street
Williamstown, NJ 08094
Suicide Support Group
3rd Wednesday of every month beginning February 27, 2019
Grieving from a loss is hard; grieving from a suicide loss is unbearable. There is help. ARTA Consulting, together with McGuinness, offers a 5-week program to help those who have lost a loved one to suicide through their grief journey.
The 5-week program begins Wednesday, February 27th at Rowan University, 225 Rowan Blvd., Glassboro, NJ 08028, in the Enterprise Center's Conference Room #301. Group sessions will be closed to additional participants once the program has started. Additional programs will be available at future dates. The cost per session is $35. To register, please contact Eileen Jason, ARTA Consulting, at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the group.
Session 1: Relaxation Exercise; Check-In; Reactions to Grief
Session 2: Coping with Emotions: Anger, Guilt, Sadness, etc.
Session 3: Practical Considerations/New Roles; Changes in Family/Dealing with Family
Session 4: Influence of Spirituality on Grieving; Finding New Meaning in Life; Healthy Ways to Cope and Care for Oneself
Session 5: Saying Goodbye and Possible Plans for Continuing to Cope; Share the Meaning of Group Experience; Importance of Memories/Rituals
Eileen Jason, Ph. D., MBA, PMP, GC-C (856) 506-5159.