Budget cuts could hurt NJ Stars
CARNEYS POINT TWP. The NJ STARS merit-based scholarship program which has been successful in fulfilling the dreams of college-bound hopefuls may now be threatened by state budget woes. via Bridgeton-Millville News
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#1 Apr 8, 2008
iwish they had this kind of program for high school. My daughter wants to go to gloucester catholic but i can't afford it.
#2 Apr 17, 2008
She can be molested by the Priest in her own church - no need to pay for the privilege. Even better, go see the Nazi Pope when he stops in NY on Saturday.
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