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Holmdel Village School PSA Holds the 16th Annual Ladies Night 'Party Like A Mother'

Holmdel Village PSA Executive Board
Suzanne Serini and the specialty prize; Valentino bag!
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HOLMDEL, NJ: Every mom enjoys a ladies night out and so as Holmdel tradition continues, Thursday evening at the lovely Shadowbrook Estate in Shrewsbury, 175 ladies partied through the night at a very special ladies night out! Holmdel moms joined many of the women who teach at the Village Elementary School for the 16th Annual Ladies Night Out.  The goal was to raise money to enhance the learning for all the children in Holmdel Village School, and to enjoy the event’s theme; “Party Like a Mother!” 
Those goals were successfully met, all while guests enjoyed a delicious dinner, great music by Holmdel’s DJ Mel, a fun photo booth, a lively dance crowd and those generous silent auction baskets! Yes, there was a wonderful wide variety of baskets, almost 200 of them, mostly donated by local business owners.  The coveted specialty prize was a gorgeous Valentino bag donated by Sahar Papalia, a Holmdel mom, who is also an owner of a luxury merchandise business.  Holmdel PSA President says, “We are so thankful to all of the ladies who came out to support our event. Special thanks goes out to our VP’s of Fundraising;  Julieann DeMatteo and Suzanne Serini, and to all of the wonderful volunteers and sponsors who together with our guests, made this night such a great success.” 
The 16th event marks the most successful year to date, and  the dance floor was busy until the very last moment of the party.  Many lucky moms left with multiple gift baskets that they had won and attendees commented on what a wonderful event they had just experienced. -- #PARTYLIKEAMOTHER.  
The PSA Executive Board Members are: Erin Ballanco, Christine Bavaro, Christine Bowden, Jamie Buitrago, Mandy Carri, Julieann DeMatteo, Danielle Impreveduto, Jenifer Paulino, Michelle Richards, Suzanne Serini. Ladies night committee: Erin Ballanco, Yvonne Lambros, Penny Szumaski, Terri Pedri, Danielle Povoroma, Mandy Carri, Deb Olsen, Danielle Impreveduto, Christine Bowden, Jamie Placca, Vanessa Magoon, Cherie Bavosa, Anna Azzaoui, Jessie Lauter, Keri Bryceland, Sam Scagnelli, Meagan Solomon Rodgers. For more information about Holmdel Village PSA go to For information about DJ Mel you can visit The next Village PSA event is Holiday Shoppe on Monday the 27th of November. 
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