Summit Wrestling Holds Gala Fundraiser Mar. 11; Event Will Also Honor 1990 Summit H.S. Team


SUMMIT, NJ -The Summit Wrestling Club's Annual Fundraising Gala will be held Friday, March 11 at the Summit Elks Club. This event will also honor the 1990 Summit High School Wrestling Team on the 25th Anniversary of their achievements.

Proceeds from the night will support the Summit Wrestling Club’s ability to help fund all three levels of wrestling in Summit: Youth, Middle School, and High School.

The Gala begins at 7:30 p.m. and will feature live music, dancing and raffles as well as dinner catered by La Pastaria Restaurant of Summit. The restaurant's proprietor, Phil Angelo, has been an unparalleled benefactor of the Summit Wrestling Club since its inception. Angelo's son, Phillip, serves as the current co-captain on the Summit High School team, and recently earned the Hilltopper Athlete of The Week Award, presented by TAPinto Summit.

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Tickets, priced at $100, are available for purchase by visiting or at the door for $125 per person.

The Summit Wrestling Club is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Those who are unable to attend the Gala but still interested in making a tax-deductible contribution, may donate online or mail donations to: Summit Wrestling Club, Inc., P.O. Box 296, Summit, NJ 07902-0296.

For more information about the Gala or the Summit Wrestling Club, contact Alison Carnemolla at 917-664-0121 or via

The Summit Elks Club is located at 40 Maple Street. 

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