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Madison Rotary Hosts Family Festival to Benefit Union Beach Families

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MADISON, NJ - “Be a good neighbor by helping our neighbors in Union Beach, said Carmella Moeller, President of the Madison Rotary.  If you’re thinking of a fun thing to do with Dad on Father’s Day weekend, then how about a carnival?”

On June 15-16, the Rotary Club of Madison will host the 4th Annual Family Festival held on the grounds of the Realogy Corporation at 175 Park Avenue, Madison.  The Realogy Corporation is the presenting sponsor of the event and encourages everyone to come out for a fun time in an effort to support Union Beach.  BASF Corporation, Royal Cadillac of Florham Park, Madison Honda, Garden State Fireworks of Millington, and the Rock GW Group of Florham Park are also participating sponsors.

The event on Saturday, June 15th will begin at 12:00 noon – 10:00 p.m. and on Sunday, April 16th from 12:00 noon – 6:00 p.m.  It’s a carnival of rides, food, games, music and entertainment.  All proceeds will benefit the families in Union Beach who remain still very much in need.

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Both parking and admission are free, and there will be a fireworks display on Saturday night at 9:30 by Garden State Fireworks.

For more information, contact Ellsworth Havens at ellsworthhavens@msn.com

 

 

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