BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Members and friends of the Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights enjoyed "The Infernos" performance at the town's summer concert series. The Rotary Club is a major sponsor of this free concert series for the second consecutive year. "We enjoy sponsoring this concert series because it supports our community and it gives us an opportunity to get together as a club for our annual summer picnic," said Tiffany Escott, Club President and Executive Director of the Berkeley Heights YMCA.
Berkeley Heights Rotarians and Friends Enjoy Summer Concert
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