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Three Somerset Hills Groups Win Box for a Patriots Game

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Freeholder Director Patricia L. Walsh selected 40 nonprofit organizations in an annual drawing for Community Box seats at the TD Bank Ballpark. Credits: Somerset County
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SOMERVILLE NJ - Three Somerset Hills area nonprofit organizations have been awarded Community Box seats at the TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater for Somerset Patriots games. The Somerset Hills YMCA, Boy Scout Troop 154 in Bedminster and the Raritan Headwaters Association were selected in the annual drawing.

"Since the time the ballpark was constructed by the county, one 30-seat community box has been available for the benefit of nonprofits and community organizations," said Freeholder Director Patricia Walsh. "The tradition allows us to showcase the amazing work done by these organizations to improve the lives of Somerset County residents."
The three Somerset Hills area groups selected were among 40 nonprofit organizations selected by Somerset County.  Winners were nonprofits whose client base consists of at least 50 percent Somerset County residents or community organizations that are located in Somerset County or have a facility based in Somerset County that serves the citizens of Somerset County.  Winners provide a significant community service or volunteer element to Somerset County residents. The winners will have an opportunity to watch the "Boys of Summer" play home games on various dates during the Somerset Patriots' 2016 season.
 
The Patriots will play their first 2016 home game on April 21 at 7:05 p.m.
 

 

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