SOMERSET, NJ - Thousands visited one of the top 100 towns in America this weekend during the Franklin Day Festival.
Some officials say Saturday's crowd topped last year's record-breaking crowd of 20,000.
Some local organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life of those living here, took out a moment to speak with TAPinto Franklin/Somerset Editor, Malik A. Lyons.
Daryn Plummer spoke about upcoming events for the Warriors 4 Life Scholarship Foundation.
Tianna Gresham (Tink) and Alexis Cunningham shared the latest news on one of the township's newest up and coming community outreach organizations, Tinks Golden Girls.
Lonnie Allgood promoted Dreams for Kids upcoming charity NFL basketball game.
Some of TAPinto Franklin/Somerset's sponsors (who make it possible for us to bring you quality daily news) were also on hand hoping to meet candidates for their educational programs.
Cedar Hill Prep Founder, Nandini Menon spoke about the advantage her students have over their peers. Kristine Smith sang the praises of CHPS and her organization INSPIRA.
Laura Desai spotlighted some of the programs available at Ying Hau International School.
TAP here to see our Facebook Live "Franklin Day Festival Walkthrough" video.
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