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World Wrestling Entertainment superstars made a surprise visit to patients and fans at the Joseph M.
Sanzari Children’s Hospital. In the back, Tensai and Brodus Clay, and in the front, Naomi and Cameron, were
joined by hospital vice president Maureen Keating, center, and president Robert C. Garrett, right.
Dylan Lauren, daughter of clothing designer Ralph
Lauren; her husband, Paul Arrouet; and their
dog, Jersey, were honored at the 2013 Fur Ball in
Freehold. The event raised more than $140,000 for
the Monmouth County SPCA.
Supporters of the Matheny Medical and
Educational Center in Peapack netted more than
$100,000 at the 16th annual Miles for Matheny.
The funds will support the center’s programs for
children with developmental disabilities.
At the annual gala for the Shakespeare
Theatre of New Jersey in Madison, former
trustee Bryan Burrough and his guest,
Margaret Walsh, helped raise more than
$200,000 for educational programs.
The Elisabeth Morrow School students Liel Sterling and
Ema Bandazian, third and fifth from left, respectively,
met New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie, center, at
the governor’s mansion in Princeton, where they were
recognized for spearheading a campaign that netted
$3,278 for the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
Members of the Morris
County chapter of Jack
and Jill of America, which
supports various charities
for children worldwide,
dolled up for the HerStory
Ball in Florham Park. About
$30,000 was donated to
the Interfaith Food Pantry
in Morris Plains, Dayspring
Ministries in Haiti and
the international 100X
THE NEW JERSEY RETT SYNDROME
ASSOCIATION CHARITY GOLF OUTING July
22, 7: 30 AM • BAT TLEGROUND COUN TRY
Rett syndrome is a neurological develop-
mental disorder that appears in infants,
almost exclusively girls. The condition
is degenerative, and those with Rett
syndrome often lose their ability to walk
and speak. The New Jersey Rett Syn-
drome Association is dedicated to creat-
ing a support net work to help improve
the lives of girls and women affected by
the condition. Proceeds from this event,
which includes 18 holes, a putting con-
test, raffles and an awards lunch, will
help the nonprofit raise awareness and
fund research. ( njrsa.org)
POWER OF PINK LUNCHEON 11 AM •
RIVERWIND, RED BANK
Hosted at the private residence of
philanthropist Morgan E. Cline, this
lunch will benefit the Leon Hess Cancer
Center at Monmouth Medical Center in
Long Branch. This year’s guest speaker
will be TV show host and author Wendy
Williams. ( monmouthfoundation.org)
PHOTOS: FUR—JILL CAREN; MATHENY—SANFORD JOSEPHSON; SHAKESPEARE—MEREDITH KEFFER; ELISABETH—LINX
PHOTOGRAPH Y; JACK—ERIC RUSHMORE; ALL OTHERS COURTESY OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
FUNDRAISING GALA 6 PM • THE HEL-
DRICH HOTEL, NEW BRUNSWICK
This black tie-optional evening will
benefit Kids’ Chance of New Jersey, a
nonprofit that provides scholarships to
college and vocational school for children of workers who have been fatally
or grievously injured on the job.
CAR SHOW FOR A CURE 10 AM
• WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP HIGH
Hosted by the Sarcoma Foundation of
America, this event will feature hundreds of cars as well as raffles, crafts
and live music. Proceeds will support
sarcoma research and education.
RESTORE THE SHORE ABF 5K MUD
RUN 8 AM • ON TARGE T PAIN TBALL,
Soldier through 3. 2 miles of swamps,
creeks, wooded trail and military-style
obstacles on this run, organized by
Above and Beyond Fitness in Medford.
Proceeds will go to nonprofits Restore
the Shore and Wish Upon a Hero
Foundation. ( abfmudrun.com)
For more events, go to njmonthly.com.