Entertainers Visit Patients At PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital

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PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital patient Jayda Rosser, 3, of Trenton, sings the ABCs with the Midtown Men, four of the original members of the Jersey Boys. From left to right are Michael Longoria, Christian Hoff, J. Robert Spencer and Daniel Reichard. The group visited patients and staff at PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick. (Photo credit: Theresa Leinker)

NEW BRUNSWICK — The Midtown Men, four stars from the original cast of the Jersey Boys, visited patients and staff at PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick. Patients and families enjoyed a personal visit and a few songs from The Midtown Men as they toured the hospital.

The Midtown Men are the entertainment for this year’s Umbrella Gala on Oct. 29 at the Patriots Theater at the War Memorial of New Jersey in Trenton and the group has just released their debut album: “The Midtown Men: Sixties Hits,” featuring classic songs from the 1960s.

“Our visit to PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital was both inspiring and fun,” said Daniel Reichard, a member of the Midtown Men. “The staff, the parents, and most especially the kids showed us what amazing things are happening at this very special place. I spent a lot of time in a children’s hospital throughout my young life and our time at Children’s Specialized reminded me how important this work is to so many families.”

The event will celebrate New Jersey as this year’s attire is Jersey fabulous. Have fun with it; dress as your favorite decade, Jersey-style, or just for a fun night out on the town. The event is not black-tie.

For tickets, information or sponsorships call 1-908-301-5457, visit www.forchildrens.org or email Marry Harris, CSHF special events coordinator, maharris@childrens-specialized.org


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