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NJ Jackals Will Hold Little Falls Night On June 9

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - On June 9, at 6 p.m., the Little Falls Athletic Club (LFAC) along with the Little Falls Alliance for a Better Community (LFABC) will host “Little Falls Night” at Yogi Berra Stadium as the New Jersey Jackals take on the Rockland Boulders.

Members of the LFAC baseball and softball teams will take part in a pre-game parade around the baseball diamond. All Little Falls residents will also have the chance to sign-up for the “in-game” promotions such as “Tackle the Jackal” and many more fun ways to win prizes between innings. Immediately following the game, there will be a fireworks show for everyone from town to enjoy.

Mayor James Damiano will throw out the ceremonial first pitch and members of the LFPD, LFFD, American Legion, Knights of Columbus and other local organizations will be acknowledged during the game. Members of the Little Falls Business Association will also be on-hand.

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To purchase tickets to the event, please visit www.tickets.jackals.com and use promo code “LF150” to purchase your tickets as proceeds from each ticket will go towards the LFAC and LFABC. 

If you have any questions, email Councilman Chris Vancheri (cvancheri1@optimum.net) or Renea Shapiro (littlefallsabc@aol.com).

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