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BRTV, Football Team, Family & Consumer Sciences Give Back for Hurricane Relief

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - BRTV, Bridgewater-Raritan High School’s television club, teamed up with the Family and Consumer Science Department and the football team to help those affected by hurricanes Irma and Harvey.

The three organizations held a bake sale at the school, and netted $400, which was donated to the American Red Cross.

BRTV and the football team collected school supplies at the BRHS home football game versus Phillipsburg. Members of the communities of both BRHS and Phillipsburg made school supply donations, all of which were donated to the Salvation Army for distribution to areas affected by the two hurricanes.

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Students Dana Zeller, an executive producer for BRTV, and Teddy Lubliner, executive producer for BRTV and member of the football team, spearheaded the two initiatives.

In the photo are (Front Row, L-R) Judith Raphel, Victoria Macario, Jessica Pochek, Dana Zeller, Teddy Lubliner, Ari Feinstein, Bejamin Wishnie, Hannah Grynberg and Amanda Pochek; and (Back Row, L-R) Julia Kubian, Kathryn Blood, Elisa Tarbell, Justin Hawthorne, Zach Menendez, Mike Rosa, Corey Alaburda, Zach Kenin, DJ Berchoff, George Esposito, Peter Di Prospero, Beck Timmermann, Linda Krajewski and Mindy Sweetwood.

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