Morris Catholic Comedy Night

On January 20, 2018 Morris Catholic High School will be hosting a Comedy Night Fundraiser to support the MCHS Athletic programs. The night will include three (3) comedians, a silent auction, a tricky tray, a 50-50 raffle and the ever popular Lottery Apron.  The comedians are Uncle Floyd, Bobby Gonzo and Brad Trackmen.

The price of the ticket is $25.00 and the event is a BYOB and a BYOF.  Coffee and Dessert will be provided.  The event is open to all Parsippany residents and their friends.

Morris Catholic is located at 200 Morris Avenue in Denville.  For ticket information email mccomedynight@gmail.com or call 973-627-6674 ext. 209.

Contact Information
  1. Morris Catholic Athletic Department
  2. 973-627-6674 ext. 209
  3. mccomedynight@gmail.com
Sat, January 20
7:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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On January 20, 2018 Morris Catholic High School will be hosting a Comedy Night Fundraiser to support the MCHS Athletic programs. The night will include three (3) comedians, a silent auction, a tricky tray, a 50-50 raffle and the ever popular Lottery Apron. The comedians are Uncle Floyd, Bobby Gonzo and Brad Trackmen.

The price of the ticket is $25.00 and the event is a BYOB and a BYOF. ...

200 Morris Avenue Denville, NJ 07834

Morris Catholic High School

200 Morris Avenue
Denville, NJ 07834

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