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Team Campbell to Hold Tricky Tray Fundraiser on Saturday

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Team Campbell will hold a Tricky Tray at OLPH on May 21. Credits: Team Campbell
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Credits: Team Campbell
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Team Campbell wil hold a Tricky Tray at OLPH on May 21. Credits: Team Campbell
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BERNARDSVILLE NJ - Team Campbell Foundation will be holding a Tricky Tray on Saturday, May 21st in Memorial Hall at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Doors open at 7:00pm. It will be a fun-filled evening with over 100 baskets valued at over $25,000 and will also feature entertainment and a 50/50 raffle. Refreshments and desserts will be served.  The funds raised from this event support those families faced with a pediatric cancer diagnosis.  Tickets to Paul Simon, Keith Urban and Billy Joel concerts, a private cooking demonstration party, autographed sports memorabilia and Disney World passes are just a few of the prizes donated by the Somerset Hills community.  The event is being organized by Bernardsville resident, Jaclyn Pistilli-Urena for the Team Campbell Foundation.

“Tricky trays are great fundraising events because they bring the community together,” said Pistilli-Urena. “I thought it would be a wonderful way to raise money for this important cause.”

For those in the community who would like to attend the Tricky Tray on May 21st, a limited number of tickets are still available by clicking here for $12.  Tables of 8 can also be purchased for $80.    Doors open at 7.  For those who cannot make the evening event, but would like to participate, there will be a free preview from 2-4pm at Memorial Hall on Saturday, May 21st.  Tricky Tray tickets may be purchased at that time.  For those who cannot attend either the Preview or the Saturday evening event and want to learn more about Team Campbell Foundation, please visit www.teamcampbellfoundation.org

The Team Campbell Foundation was formed in late 2014 in memory of Campbell Hoyt, who courageously battled Anaplastic Ependymoma, a rare cancer of the brain and spine, for 5 years before passing away in August of 2014 at the age of 8.  The mission of the foundation is to improve the lives of families facing a childhood cancer diagnosis through raising awareness, funding research and providing psycho-social enrichment opportunities. 

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