BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Berkeley Heights Education Foundation (BHEF), together with its new Partner in Education, Gabriele Fitness and Performance of Berkeley Heights, will hold its 17th annual all-star Faculty Basketball Game at Governor Livingston High School on Tuesday, March 18 at 7 p.m.
In this traditional on court battle, the district’s faculty and staff, joined by special guests from Gabrielle Fitness, will showcase their amazing basketball talents in this hometown version of “March Madness” and provide an evening of must-see entertainment. The game is always a highlight of the year for both kids and parents alike in the Berkeley Heights community and it is one of the BHEF’s largest fundraisers.
This year’s all-star event will feature special guest vocalists who will perform the national anthem. There will also be a flag ceremony lead by Ira Jersey and the Pack #386 Color Guard. Elementary school students will entertain the crowd throughout the event as well. The annual 50/50 raffle will also add to the evening’s excitement!
Beginning March 1st, tickets can be purchased online at the BHEF’s website, www.BHEF.info. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door on the day of the event (only until they are sold out). Due to gym capacity and safety regulations, ticket sales will be limited. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
The game promises to be another exciting, nail-biting, buzzer-beating event! If you have specific questions about the game, please email the BHEF at basketball@BHEF.info.
The BHEF would like to thank Gabriele Fitness and Performance for choosing to be a Partner in Education and for sponsoring this event. Gabriele Fitness is a premier Fitness Coaching and Sports Performance Training Facility in Berkeley Heights dedicated to improving the health and fitness of adults and the development and performance of Middle School and High School Athletes.
The BHEF is a nonprofit organization that raises funds to enhance educational excellence in the Berkeley Heights Public Schools. The BHEF sponsors programs and organizes events that support innovative instruction, strengthen school–community ties, enrich students’ appreciation of the arts and humanities, and augment technology resources throughout the district. To find out more, please visit www.BHEF.info.