Cedar Knolls‘ P.G. Chambers School hosted their biggest fundraiser of the year, and #HipNJ was part of the Casino Royale action!
The Park Avenue Club was home to the school’s Casino Night, which was co-chaired by Susan Lodge and Tiffany Srnensky. The glitzy affair featured fabulous food, delicious drinks, fun games and amazing prizes. Aston Martin Summit | Short Hills also displayed some of their newest vehicles- a perfect fit for the evening’s 007 theme!
“The magic is in the 6’s this year!” Gushed Renee Gitto, the school’s assistant director of development, to #HipNJ’s Kendall Zoppa. “We’re celebrating the sixth year of this event and the school’s 60th anniversary, and we’ve never been more successful!”
P.G. Chambers and their state- accredited school programs have provided the most comprehensive education and therapy for children with disabilities, from birth through 22 years of age.
All children enjoy individualized instruction, the latest technology, highly qualified teachers, teaching assistants, therapists, nurses, social workers, and administrators in a safe environment.
PGCS is a leader in the field of special education and therapy services for children with developmental disabilities. The school is one of the region’s most comprehensive educational and therapeutic service providers, serving 10 counties in northern New Jersey.
For more information, log onto ChambersSchool.org or call 973.829.8484.