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CRANFORD, NJ - The Friends of CHS Gymnastics are sponsoring a Flapjack Fundraiser this Sunday, April 17 from 8 to 10 am at the Applebee's in Clark Commons.  Tickets are $10 each and include pancakes, eggs, sausage and a beverage.  Tickets can be purchased at the door.

The Friends of CHS Gymnastics is a non-profit organization that was established to raise funds for the necessary equipment that gymnasts need to compete safely and to their full potential, and also to raise awareness as to the positive impact of having the proper equipment for this sport.

At this time, the team is in desperate need of a regulation spring floor that will cost $17,500.  The Friends of CHS Gymnastics is well on their way to achieving this goal for the team, and hope to have this vital piece of equipment for the start of the fall 2016 gymnastics season. 

So please consider joining the team this Sunday for breakfast.  You will not only receive service with a smile from the athletes, but you will truly get to enjoy a short stack for a tall cause!

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