NEW BRUNSWICK — New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 is inviting all New Brunswick residents to visit the Lodge on Sunday, Nov. 4, from 1 to 5 p.m. for free coffee, soup and comfort in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
The event will be staffed by volunteers and members of the Lodge, while coffee and soup will be provided by Alfredo DeBonis, master chef of the Elks restaurant at the Lodge at 40 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick.
The event is free, but due to a large number of people expected to attend, will be limited to New Brunswick residents, who will be asked to show proof of residency. Children are welcome.
The Elks is hosting the event to benefit residents who have endured the storm, which has caused power outages, flooding and property damage in the city.
The New Brunswick Elks is a charitable organization dedicated to helping children with special needs and to assisting veterans. The organization has more than 500 members from New Brunswick and surrounding communities, including North Brunswick, Milltown, Highland Park and Franklin Township.
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