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Edison Recreation: "Turkey" Basketball Shoot Set for Saturday


EDISON, NJ - The Edison Recreation Department invites anyone who’s game to do some “Foul Shooting” for the Thanksgiving holiday with the promise that no turkeys or other fowl will be harmed.

The entry fee to participate in the Recreation Department’s “Foul Shooting” competition this Saturday (Nov. 18th) is a bag on non-perishable foods that will be donated to needy families in the Edison area for the upcoming holiday.

The competition starts at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Stelton Community Center, 328 Plainfield Ave., Edison. It is open to all Middlesex County residents, children, teens and adults who can shoot hoops in return for gift certificates..

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Participants must register in advance for one of the following categories: elementary school student, middle school, high school or adult/parent/child. Grocery bag-entry fees may be brought in advance to Edison Town Hall or to the community center when registering.

For more information about Edison’s “Foul Shooting” Competition, please contact the Recreation Department during business hours at (732) 248-7312.

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