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ALSO THIS MONTH
June 1 | 12: 30 PM
Valley Hospital Golf Outing 2015
Ridgewood Country Club, Paramus
➜ Valley Hospital Auxiliary’s 43rd golf
outing will support the auxiliary’s $1.5 million pledge for the Breast Surgery Program
at the Luckow Pavilion, as well as Valley
Home Care’s Butterflies program, providing in-home palliative and hospice care for
seriously ill children.
June 6 | 10 AM
Puppy Rescue Mission Ride
Garden State Harley-Davidson,
➜ Join hundreds on a motorcycle run to
raise funds for the Puppy Rescue Mission,
which helps to bring dogs of war adopted
by soldiers in Afghanistan back to the
United States. A silent auction, food, music and more follow the ride.
June 6 | 8: 30 AM
A Home for Every Child Walk & 5K
Laurel Acres Park, Mount Laurel
➜ Bethany Christian Services raises
funds to provide adoption services, foster
care and other programs for orphaned and
vulnerable children. Activities follow race.
June 7 | 10 AM
Central New Jersey Kidney Walk
Arm & Hammer Park, Trenton
➜ Kidney Walk is the nation’s largest
walk to fight kidney disease. The event
raises funds and awareness for lifesaving programs that educate and support
patients and their families.
A Walk to Believe
June 7 | 10 AM
One Step Closer with Team LeGrand
High Point Solutions Stadium,
➜ The fifth annual commemorative walk
for Rutgers University alumnus Eric LeGrand will raise funds to benefit Team
LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve
Foundation, the Eric LeGrand Believe
Fund, and Rutgers University Spinal Cord
Injury Project. LeGrand sustained a spi-nal-cord injury playing varsity football in
October 2010 and has since raised awareness and funds for those su;ering spinal-cord injuries. Since its inception, A Walk
to Believe has raised more than $100,000.
The day includes a 5K competitive race,
refreshments, entertainment and more.
On behalf of the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund, New York Giants linebacker and cancer survivor Mark Herzlich
(number 58) teamed with Peri Kamalakar, pediatric hematologist/oncologist at the Children’s Hospital
of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel, to read Oh, The Places You’ll Go to pediatric cancer patients. The
fund helps families tackle childhood cancer through financial, emotional and practical support.
Somers Point Business Association members
Rich and Lucy Plum, left, join John Davidson
of TD Bank and mural;artist Maryann Cannon
at the Art of “His”story Fundraiser, which raised
$4,000 to complete a mural project.
Co-chairs, from left, Amy Sole, Doug Stern and
Stephanie Goldman-Pittel helped to raise $22,000
to benefit research programs of the Parkinson’s
Disease Foundation with their PDF Helping Hours:
An Evening of Vodka Tasting event.
Elberon Development Group contributed
$50,000 to Junior Achievement of New
Jersey. Joined by three students were, from
left: Catherine Milone, JANJ; Patricia Perkins-Auguste, Elizabeth councilwoman; Pamela
Craig, retired CFO Accenture; and Anne Evans
Estabrook, Dave Gibbons, Mary Gibbons-Wooten
and Amanda Stannard of EDG.
U. S. Navy Petty O;cer 2nd Class Ryan Lee (in
uniform), his wife, Riki Lee, and his military working
dog, Danny, were presented with a flag in honor of his
fallen dog, Valdo K298. Presenting were the owners
and founders of Purr’N Pooch Pet Resorts and the
Purr’N Pooch Foundation; Ron Aiello, president of
United States War Dogs and a U. S. Marine (holding
flag); and other members of the U. S. Armed Forces. P H