Children’s Specialized Hospital Friends And Twig Groups To Host Stepping Out Dance Party

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CLARK — The Stepping Out With Children’s Specialized Hospital Stars program is on Saturday, April 21. The cocktail party and dance contest will be held at the Gran Centurions in Clark located at 440 Madison Hill Road and will start at 7 p.m. Children’s Specialized Hospital Friends, formerly known as the Auxiliary to the Board of Trustees of Children’s Specialized Hospital, and Twig request all replies to be submitted with the $75 admission fee no later than April 14.

In the spirit of their new name this year’s event is an exciting new idea. As a membership of nearly 100 strong, Children’s Specialized Hospital Friends will be “Stepping out with CSH Stars” to promote the welfare of the hospital through public education, volunteer service, and fund raising.

Participating in the event are: Amy Mansue, President and CEO of Children’s Specialized Hospital, Katharyn Nicolle, Reigning Miss New Jersey and Children’s Miracle Network Advocate, Morris Lenczicki, Senior Vice President of Operations at L’Oreal USA and Treasurer of Children’s Specialized Hospital Board of Trustees, and Michael Harrison who is also with Children’s Specialized Hospital Board of Trustees.

Contestants will be competing for the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy in the style of “Dancing with the Stars.” The audience will have the chance to support their favorite stars by becoming part of the Fan Club Member for a fee of $10. All proceeds from this fund raising event will go to support the renovations to our Mountainside and Toms River Facilities.

For more information or to register: visit www.childrens-specialized.org or email susan.cshfriends@gmail.com


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