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CKO Roxbury Hosts Fundraiser for Children of Double-Fatal Crash

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Juan and Dawn Rodriguez
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ROXBURY, NJ – CKO Roxbury, a TAPinto Roxbury sponsor, will be hosting a “Punch-a-Thon” on Friday, Jan. 26 to raise money for the children of a Hackettstown couple killed Jan. 17 in a Route 80 car crash.

Proceeds from the 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. event will go to Selena and Victor Rodriguez whose parents, Juan and Dawn Rodriguez, were killed in the accident that took place in Mount Olive. A $20 donation is requested.

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Selena Rodriguez, a County College of Morris student, is a former student of CKO kickboxing instructor Casey Kucinski, who teaches at Hackettstown High School. Kucinski is also asking people to donate to an online GoFundMe page set up to help Selena and her brother, a high school freshman.

CKO Roxbury is in the Roxbury Mall in Succasunna. 

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