Thank you to our Volunteers!

CTS appreciates our volunteers! During June, youth from Community Treatment Solutions were introduced to Gyotaku in an hands-on activity presented by Sara and Fred Bogue of the Berkeley Fishing Club. Gyotaku, the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, dates back to the mid-1800s. After some brief hesitation and instruction, the youth were creating works of art for prints and t-shirts!

Fish printing 3 Fish printing 2 Fish printing

Also in June, a group of employees from the Mount Laurel Target store volunteered at one of the CTS group homes.

Led by store manager Rick Lombardo, the Target team were able to paint three rooms in just under four hours!

If you or your group is interested in volunteering with Community Treatment Solutions, please contact Mark Hatoff at (856) 642-9090, ext. 402 or mhatoff@ctsnj.org.

 Target volunteers

 

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