NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - 2017 Raritan River Festival and Rubber Duck Race ths past Sunday, Sept. 24 at Boyd Park. The rubber duck race is hosted by the Beez Foundation, a group committed to funds to support research for pediatric brain cancer, awareness and support for individuals and their families affected by the disease. The group also honors the legacy of Jennifer Beisswanger, daughter of Susan and Joseph Giardina, who succumbed to brain cancer at the age of 22.
Raritan River Festival and rubber duck race come to town
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