Holmdel High School Creates PSA for Holmdel Helps

Holmdel Helps is hosting an event to be held at the Lakeside Manor in Hazlet, will raise money to purchase core building materials for the residents of Keansburg.

Holmdel High School students have joined the Holmdel Helps movement to create a Public Service Announcement.

In the continued aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Holmdel Township is banding together to get the lives of Keansburg residents and their town back to normal.

In December, Holmdel announced it would partner with officials in Keansburg in longterm recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Holmdel Mayor Patrick Impreveduto said he believes residents can impact the lives of others with their talents and altruism through Holmdel Helps.

Holmdel High School students used images and stories from Keansburg, including Keansburg Councilman and Holmdel Police Department's Thomas Foley.

Holmdel Helps is hosting an event to be held at the Lakeside Manor in Hazlet, will raise money to purchase core building materials for the residents of Keansburg.

Invitations and donations forms for the March 1 event have recently been sent to all Holmdel residents and every municipality in New Jersey as well as local, county and state elected officials.

To purchase tickets or for more information, visit the Holmdel Helps portion of Holmdel Township's website.

Event details:

  • Buffet dinner compliments of our hosts at The Lakeside Manor.
  • Live entertainment provided by our friends from the local band “KOB”.
  • DJ services provided by “Affair 2 Remember”.
  • The MC will be News Channel 12’s very own SallyAnn Mosey.
  • Gift Baskets will be on display proved by all four Holmdel School Parent organizations.
  • Holmdel high school students will be providing live video of the storm damage to The Borough of Keansburg.
  • A host of Monmouth County and State dignitaries will be in attendance
Martin B. Brilliant February 23, 2013 at 05:02 PM
What are "core building materials" and where will they be purchased?


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