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David Brearley Project Graduation to Hold Food Truck Festival

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Food trucks include Big John’s Gourmet Burgers, Carnival Concessions, Cupcake Carnivale, Empanada Guy, Hawaiian Husky, Jerkin Chicken, The Laboratory, Tony’s Travelling Trattoria and Tropical Taste. Credits: TAPinto Photo Archive
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KENILWORTH, NJ – The David Brearley High School Project Graduation is kicking off their fundraisers with a food truck festival.

All proceeds raised will go to project graduation for the senior class of 2018.

“For over 20 years the parents and friends of David Brearley High School have worked tirelessly to make Project Graduation a success for a fun, safe, drug-and-alcohol free evening,” Pat Cristello, fundraising chair, said. “The newly created food truck fundraiser will help underwrite the cost of the 2018 Project Graduation evening for David Brearley High School.”

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The featured food trucks include Big John’s Gourmet Burgers, Carnival Concessions, Cupcake Carnivale, Empanada Guy, Hawaiian Husky, Jerkin Chicken, The Laboratory, Tony’s Travelling Trattoria and Tropical Taste.

“The David Brearley Project Graduation Committee wanted to bring the excitement of the food truck craze to Kenilworth so everyone can experience firsthand the creative and delicious foods while supporting Project Graduation,” Joann Petruzzella, co-chair of Project Graduation, said.

Additionally, the festival will feature crafters and vendors including LuLa Roe, Partylite, Franks’ Specialty Wooden Toys, Perfectly Posh and more. Music will be provided by the Alden Street Band.

“Come out for a fun-filled family day to support David Brearley High School Project Graduation,” Petruzzella said. “Amazing food trucks, entertainment, unique craft vendors and lots of family fun for a good cause. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the day.”

The event will take place on Saturday, September 9, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Harding School. Admission is $5 per person and free for children age 12 and under.

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