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LITTLE SILVER: HOME COOKIN’, HOME KICK-OFF

jack-navitsky-2135071The Bucs of Red Bank Regional celebrate their opening home football game under the lights on Friday, September 18, with a kick-off picnic that will benefit The SOURCE, RBR’s School-based Youth Services Program.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

The Bucs of Red Bank Regional High School invite the community to help them kick off the first home game of the season on Friday, September 18, when the RBR Buc Backer Foundation and The SOURCE join forces in sponsoring a pre-game picnic.

— RBR Bucs versus Colts Neck Cougars. Scheduled from 5:30 to 7 pm, prior to the start of the Bucs game against the visiting Colts Neck Cougars, the event features picnic food, soft drinks, door prizes, raffles and more. The first 50 attendees receive free tickets to the game, and a suggested donation of $5 per person per person will benefit The SOURCE, RBR’s School-Based Youth Services Program.

The picnic takes place on the high school campus adjacent to the football field, located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver.

“While the SOURCE has traditionally hosted this event, we hoped our collaboration could make it bigger than ever as a community outreach event and source of Buc pride,” Buc Backer Foundation Co-President Patti Forsman states of the partnership event. “The Foundation greatly appreciates the efforts of the SOURCE whose mission is to ‘remove all obstacles that impede a student’s academic success’.”

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