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New community center opens in Cherry Hill, NJ

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CHERRY HILL, NJ – The New Jersey State Police joined forces with the Cherry Hill Police and Fire Departments to celebrate the grand opening of the Insight Foundation Community Center in Cherry Hill. The grand opening ceremony marked the inauguration of the new facility designed to promote community integration.

The Insight Foundation, which works to strengthen community ties through educational and cultural initiatives, hosted the event to deepen understanding of Turkish culture among law enforcement and public officials. The event highlighted the center's role in promoting dialogue and cultural exchange.

The community center is now open to the public and provides space for a variety of inclusive activities. Anyone interested in learning more about the Insight Foundation's mission or upcoming events can visit their website at insightnj.org.

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