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The Newcomers’ Club of Rumson- Fair Haven – Little Silver -Shrewsbury

The Newcomers’ Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 6413
Fair Haven, NJ 07704
newcomersclubinc.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 23, 2010

Contact: Rebecca Scannell, Corresponding and Recording Secretary
(732) 673-2682, rebeccabarber@verizon.net

RE: The Newcomers’ Club of Rumson- Fair Haven – Little Silver -Shrewsbury

2nd Annual Touch-A-Truck Fundraiser

A fun and exciting event where kids of all ages can sit on, climb on and honk the horns and sirens of trucks of all types. For the benefit of Life Guard Ecumenical Foundation (LGEF)

Newcomers’ Club of Rumson – Fair Haven – Little Silver – Shrewsbury, was established in 1972. The purposes of the Newcomers’ Club are:

1. To extend a friendly and neighborly welcome to all newcomers by introducing them to others like themselves and help them towards building a new social life in their new communities.
2. To identify and assist worthy and charitable projects within the community and to donate time and energy towards assisting local communities in worthwhile programs.

What: Newcomers’ Club 2nd Annual Touch-A-Truck Fundraiser Trucks, Food & Beverages, Baked Goods, Community Spirit
When: Saturday September 11, 2010 (raindate Sunday September 12)
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: The Fair Haven Fire House, 645 River Road Fair Haven
Why: Fundraiser in support of the Clubs’ 2010-2011 charity, Life Guard Ecumenical Foundation (LGEF)
Cost: $10 per 1st child, $5 add’l child, $25 per family maximum
Contact: For more information – Jennifer Egan – 646-345-7651

Life Guard Ecumenical Foundation (LGEF) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 by a group of neighbors in Fair Haven, NJ. Our mission is to raise awareness of those around us – our fellow neighbors – that are in need of assistance. Just as a lifeguard sits on his stand and actively searches for those in need, such is the purpose of LGEF. Over the past year, we have organized events (such as neighborhood barbecues and multi-family yard sales) that have raised funds for food gift cards, overdue utility bills, excessive medical bills, and expensive life-dependent medications. Our ultimate hope is to spread a spirit of giving, encouraging other friends and neighbors to add a philanthropic element to their lives and to their community.

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