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Madison Area YMCA Annual Charity Bocce Tournament to Benefit Y's Health and Wellness Programs

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Carmella Bocchino; Team Captain Victor Bocchino; Tony Cianci; Rocco Nigro; and Saverio “Sal” Allocca. Credits: Madison Area YMCA
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MADISON, NJ - The Aristocrats were the champions of the Madison Area YMCA’s 14th Annual Charity Bocce Tournament. 

The 15th Annual Madison Area YMCA Charity Bocce Tournament, presented by Investors Bank for the fourth year, begins Monday, September 12, and continues through the middle of October. This year’s goal is to raise $40,000 for the Y’s health and wellness programs.

Hosted by the Forum Club, the event will raise funds for the Madison Area YMCA’s health and wellness programs that include LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, Diabetes Prevention Program, Community Mental Health Initiative, Enhance Fitness, One Step, Delay the Disease and Project Community Pride. Organizers are actively seeking event and team sponsorships.

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“We are looking forward to another great bocce season with the community,” said Madison Area YMCA Bocce Event Manager Leigh Anne Soroka. “As the health and wellness needs of our community continue to grow and change, we remain committed to providing no fee opportunities for people to achieve their goals.”

Calling all spectators! Come out and support a great cause. Four matches are played each Monday through Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. for 45 minutes per match.

Adjacent to the Forum Club, the bocce court is situated in the main parking lot at the far end of the Madison Area YMCA located at 111 Kings Road in Madison.

To become an event or team sponsor or make a donation, contact Bocce Event Manager Leigh Anne Soroka at 973-822-9622 x2232 or lsoroka@madisonymca.org.

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