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Reminder: 5th Annual Detective Carlos G. Wormley Memorial Bowling Fundraiser, Apr. 14

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - On Saturday, April 14, Montclair's minority police officer organization, the Sentinels 16-87 will be hosting the “5th Annual Detective Carlos G. Wormley Memorial Bowling Fundraiser” at Eagle Rock Lanes, located at 424 Eagle Rock Avenue, West Orange, New Jersey.

"This will be a wonderful event with good food, fun, and fellowship and enable us to raise funds to serve our community in honor of our departed brother Detective Carlos G. Wormley," said organizers in a release.

Detective Wormley was a lifelong resident of Montclair, and served his community with great pride. He was known throughout the community to go above and beyond to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Detective Wormley
was truly dedicated to his community, and held a special affinity for the youth of the community. He worked as a DARE Officer, Mentor, and founding member of Project Oasis. It is in this spirit that we seek to assist youth of our
community with a desire to carry on the work of our departed brother, by becoming a Montclair Police Officer.

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Please make check(s) or money order payable to Sentinels 16-87, PO Box 340, Montclair, NJ 07042.

You can also go to our website www.sentinels16.org to purchase tickets or make donations through PayPal.

For further information, please feel free to contact: 973-479- 5258 or committee chairs Kevin Ortiz 973-277- 7061, Pierre Falaise 973-296- 5800, Kim Nelson-Edwards 973-477- 3359, or Anjannette Sanders 973-932- 6322.

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