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Contributions Can Still Be Made to Livingston Bicentennial

From left: Bicentennial Treasurer Buddy August; Dino Ottaiano, Calabria proprietor; Bicentennial Co-Chair, Ellie Cohen; Joe  Ottaiano, Calabria proprietor; and Bicentennial Chair, Scott Maynard.  Credits: Judith Heller

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Livingston Township officials say that it's not too late to make a contribution to the Livingston Bicentennial.

In fact, Joe and Dino Ottaiano, the owners of Calabria's Pizzeria and Restaurant, just made a $2,500 contribution to the Livingston Bicentennial. The brothers' contribution will be applied toward a Bicentennial town gift.

"The Bicentennial Committee is pleased and honored by the charitable community spirit of Joe and Dino Ottaiano and Calabria's," said Scott Maynard, chair of the Bicentennial Steering Committee.

Anyone wishing to make their tax deductible contribution toward the town gift may make it payable to the Livingston Bicentennial Committee, 357 South Livingston Ave., Livingston, NJ  07039.

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