Seen This Morning: 'Let there be Magic' in NJ

TENAFLY Join Mark Hyman, Tenafly middle school teacher and founder of Global Care Unlimited (GCU) and his Tenafly and Demarest middle school student volunteers on Sunday, January 24th for two big events featuring Basketball Legend, Earvin "Magic" Johnson and WABC Anchorwoman Lori Stokes.

The events will benefit its Ethio-American Friendship School

Global Care Unlimited was started by Tenafly Demarest middle school students several years ago in order to focus their compassion and energy to do some good in the world. And as a result, the foundation decided two years ago to assist Yohannes Gebregeorgis, the 2008 CNN Hero recipient, with building a school in his local town of Awassa, Ethiopia.

Through their last year's fundraising efforts the initial stages of the Ethio-American Friendship School, has been completed and now our mission is to complete the entire high school wing and sports field.

More on the Events with Basketball Legend Magic Johnson & WABC's Lori Stokes:

THS for a Gebzha Festival and Basketball Fun, featuring Magic Johnson

  • Family fun at the Tenafly High School Gym: 3:00 p.m. - located at 19 Columbus Drive, Tenafly, NJ -- Sunday, January 24, 2010

    The Clinton Inn for a Benefit Dinner, featuring Lori Stokes
  • Global Care Benefit Dinner at the Clinton Inn: 5:30 p.m. - located at 145 Dean Drive, Tenafly, NJ -- Sunday, January 24, 2010

    For registration forms or for more information on how to purchase tickets, go to

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