Madison mother-daughter Yoga Session; Clifton Run/Walk Benefit Against Substance Abuse

Source: New Jersey
Madison: The nonprofit Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse (MAASA) will present a workshop that allows mothers and daughters to practice yoga together.
The workshop, open to residents of Madison and the Chathams, will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, in the auxiliary gym at Madison High School at 170 Ridgedale Ave.
Casey Urban and “Bodylove” will present a workshop for mothers and daughters that “fosters a love of self through yoga and a mindful embracing of the beauty in all of us,” Urban said.
The workshop costs $5 per mother and daughter or daughters. To register, email Health Educator Lindsay Prewitt at or call (973) 593-3098 or (973) 680-4022.

Clinton: The fourth annual Freedom House 5K Run Walk will be held on Saturday, May 13, at the Spruce Run Recreation Center on Van Syckles Drive.
All proceeds from benefit the men and women residents of Freedom House to help assure that those suffering from substance use disorders are not turned away due to lack of financial resources.
There will be live music along with refreshments, food, and vendors for all to enjoy.
“We are so thankful for the support of our sponsors who make this event possible,” said Glenn King, Freedom House executive director. “We are extremely grateful.”
King said the sponsors for the event include C. R. Bard, Bob Massa, Private Client Group, AM, Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation, Rossi Chevrolet Buick GMC, Siragusa Law Firm, Concordia Maennerchor, Green Power Energy, HealthQuest, Van Doren Oil Company, Wilson Weed, Applebee’s, Beachbody, Flemington Chiropractic Center, Janina Gourmet Market, Riley & Jake’s and numerous individual donors.
The entry fee for adults preregistration is $30 and day of registration $35, children ages 6 to 12 fee is $10, and children under 6 may walk and run for free.
For registration and more information, visit or contact Tracy Moran at (908) 617-5492 or

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