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South Brunswick: Education Foundation Serves Up Annual ‘Taste’ Gala (VIDEO REPORT)

Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim
Credits: Charles W. Kim

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc., held its annual “Taste of South Brunswick” fundraiser Monday night at the Doubletree Hotel on Route 1.

The evening, which is the group’s largest fundraising event of the year, features tasty morsels from area restaurants and wineries and honors two outstanding South Brunswick High School alumni.

Foundation President Martin Abschutz said that the organization has returned more than $80,000 in grants and scholarships to district students and teachers during the last several years, and is hoping to expand as time goes on.

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This year’s SBHS alumni honorees were Presiding Municipal Court Judge Michael Dowgin and SBHS Assistant Principal April Gonzalez.

See our full video report on the event below.

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