Flemington Falcons to host Friday Night Lights Event


RARITAN TWP., NJ - Flemington Falcons continue their 50th Anniversary Season by hosting a Friday Night Lights event at Hunterdon Central High School football field.

The event will be held June 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. It will include football drills and skills demonstrations, cheer station demonstrations, games, DJ entertainment, a photo booth and complimentary BBQ dinner for everyone.  

The Falcon Board of Directors and 2017 Coaching Staff welcome everyone to join in this exciting event. It will be a chance to meet the Falcons, receive program information on the area’s premier youth football and cheer programs and register children into this year’s football and cheer programs. It’s an opportunity for new athletes and families considering football or cheer to meet the Falcons. 

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The Flemington Falcons were established in 1967, and provide youth football and cheerleading opportunities to the children of Hunterdon.  The Falcons are part of the Pop Warner Little Scholars Organization, offer programs for children age 5 – 15 in which player development focuses on the field and in the classroom. 

Annually, the Falcons serves more than 200 families living primarily in the Hunterdon Central High School sending district, comprised of families from Delaware Township, East Amwell, Flemington, Raritan Township, Readington and Whitehouse. 

To celebrate the organization’s 50th Anniversary, the Falcons are organizing a number of events to highlight the Falcons, including plans for an expanded Homecoming Weekend in October. 

Visit the Falcons website for more information or to register for the 2017 season. Teams are forming now.

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To the editor:

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