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Celebrate Stafford Township at Founders Day this Saturday June 10


STAFFORD, NJ - This Saturday come on out and celebrate your town at the annual Stafford Township Founders Day. The rain date for the event will be Sunday June 11. This year's theme is "Get Growing Stafford:  A Community of Gardens." 

The day will kick off at 8 a.m. with a breakfast at the Stafford Fire House for all local senior citizens. Following will be the hometown parade at 10 a.m. which will begin at the fire house and make its way north on Route 9. After the parade all other festivities will begin at 2 p.m. at the Doc Cramer Sports Complex. Be sure to look out for our TAP into Stafford/LBI auto during the parade.

The 2017 Founders Day Afternoon and Evening Activities:

2:00 p.m.  Activities begin at Doc Cramer Park with the following
Presentation of Parade Awards
Opening Ceremonies
Southern Regional High School Vocal Ensemble
Rides all afternoon and evening
Little Miss Stafford and Little Town Crier Contest  
Pie Eating Contest
Obstacle Course Challenge
Miss Stafford 2016 Pageant 
DJ Music
The night will conclude with fireworks at dusk. 


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