Make a Difference Rockland and blood drive to come into flow

November 5, 2013 by  

Tomorrow, the South Orangetown Central School District will be holding its 8th Annual Make a Difference Rockland event in the gymnasium of the Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg, just south of Nanuet. The school district may be using flyer printing to announce this event to the community in an endeavor to attract as many people as possible.

Make a Difference Rockland is a community service fair where more than 60 community service and charity organizations attend to educate the public about their efforts and what they do for Rockland County. It is free to the public and is in the format of a meet-and-greet event where attendees have the opportunity to learn about the non-profit programs and services in Rockland, as well as volunteer, membership and donor opportunities.

Also being held in the gymnasium of the High School that day is a blood drive for the New York Blood Center, which has been named by Super Bowl organizers as their charity for the game. All faculty, students, and members of the community are welcome to donate and students require parental permission to do so.

The South Orangetown School District is composed of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The mission of the school district is to provide students with skills for the 21st Century, foster a learning environment which is respectful of others, enhance the literacy of students, and address the diverse needs of learners.

Things get going at 3:15 pm tomorrow and continue until 6:00 pm.