LINCROFT: GET IN THE SHUFFLE FOR 3-20

Shamrock ShuffleA reminder from the folks at Monmouth Rugby Football Club that registration for the 2nd Annual Shamrock Shuffle is still open, with the recreational fundraiser (a benefit for the Wounded Warrior Project) scheduled for Sunday, March 20 at Lincroft’s Thompson Park. Featured are a fun and scenic 5k run/walk loopand a 1 mile Fun Run for kids 12 and under, with prizes awarded for top runners in each age group. All registrants will receive a swag bag from our sponsors, plus an exclusive invite to a St. Patrick’s Day themed after-party (picture Guinness, corned Beef and cabbage, live music and raffles) at the club’s private Wilde Rover headquarters on Shrewsbury Avenue. Take it here to register.

LINCROFT: RUGBY CLUB SHUFFLES THE DECK

MonmouthRugbyThe Thompson Park home of the Monmouth Rugby Football Club is the setting for a special Shamrock Shuffle morning of race events on March 20, benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.

Press release from Monmouth Rugby Football Club

Whether you choose to Run, Walk or Shuffle, you’ve got a golden opportunity to be part of a fundraising team effort on Sunday March 20, when the Monmouth Rugby Football Club hosts its second annual Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run and 1 mile Fun Run for kids.

Hosted at the Club’s home-turf playing field — Thompson Park on Newman Springs Road — the day gets underway at 9 am with a registration and packet pickup session in advance of the 10 am 5K Race/Walk. Kids 12 and under can take part in the Fun Run at 11:30 am, and an award ceremony takes place at noon, with all registrants receiving a “race day swag bag.”

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LINCROFT: FUN-RUN FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS

mrfc shamrock shuffleThe Thompson Park home pitch of the Monmouth Rugby Football Club is the setting for a special Shamrock Shuffle to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project on Sunday.

You can run your way to helping out a veteran. You can walk your way to glory. You can shuffle on over to the after-party, too. But the important thing is that you step outside this Sunday, when Red Bank’s Monmouth Rugby Football Club hosts the Shamrock Shuffle 5K and 1 mile Kids’ Fun Run.

It’s all happening at the club’s home field playing venue, Thompson Park on Newman Springs Road in Lincroft — and it gets underway at 9 am with a registration and packet pickup session in advance of the 10 am 5K Race/Walk. Kids 12 and under can take part in the Fun Run at 11:30 am, and an award ceremony takes place at noon, with all registrants receiving a “race day swag bag.”

Then at 12:30, the St. Patrick’s Day-themed afterparty kicks off at the private Wilde Rover clubhouse on Shrewsbury Avenue in Red Bank, a public-welcome event that promises live music, Guinness, corned beef and cabbage, plus raffle prizes for both kids and adults.

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LINCROFT: RUN, WALK AND SHUFFLE

Thompson RugbyThe Thompson Park hometurf of the Monmouth Rugby Football Club is the setting for a special Shamrock Shuffle morning of race events on March 15, benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.

You can Run your way to helping out a veteran. You can accomplish the same goal with a Walk. You can even Shuffle your way to glory, but the important thing is that you come out on Sunday, March 15, when the Monmouth Rugby Football Club hosts the Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run and 1 mile Kids’ Fun Run.

It’s all happening at the Club’s home field playing venue, Thompson Park on Newman Springs Road in Lincroft — and it all gets underway at 9 am with a registration and packet pickup session in advance of the 10 am 5K Race/Walk. Kids 12 and under can take part in the Fun Run at 11:30 am, and an award ceremony takes place at noon, with all registrants receiving a “race day swag bag.”

Then at 12:30, the St. Patrick’s Day themed after-party kicks off at the private Wilde Rover clubhouse on Shrewsbury Avenue, with live music, Guinness, corned beef and cabbage, plus raffle prizes for both kids and adults.

Proceeds from the event will go to support the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events of September 11, 2001, as well as for their family members.

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FAIR HAVEN: AMPING IT UP FOR THE TROOPS

dead-bank-greenDead Bank brings its Grateful Dead salute to the K of C this Saturday as part of a matinee musicfest in support of the Wounded Warrior Project.

Asbury Park might get the ink as the city “Where Music Lives,” but the bars, parks and sidewalks of the greater Red Bank Green can surely boast their share of bands, balladeers and bluesfolk.

This Saturday afternoon, a shufflemix of top local talent convenes in Fair Haven for a fundraiser showcase that could only be called Tunes for Our Troops.

A benefit for the nonprofit Wounded Warrior Project and its rehabilitative and transitional programs for severely injured service members, the four-hour fest takes place at the Fair Haven hall of the Knights of Columbus – Red Bank Council 3187. Kicking off at 2pm, it’s an event for which active service members will be admitted free of charge.

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