Thank you to our Sponsors for our 5k and Monopoly Tournament! Sponsorship Opportunities still available!

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Thank you to our sponsors for the contributing to our upcoming fundraisers!   Opportunities are still available until October 1, 2012! Please Contact Tarcisio at (201) 804-2469 or at  Registration for the 5k and Monopoly Tournament are open at and

Platinum Sponsors are:

Inserra Supermarkets- Shop Rite

& Stellato Funeral Homes


Gold Level:

Lyndhurst Police Department


Silver Level:

Haley’s Chiropractor


Bronze Level:

Avanti Hair Studio

Liquid Spa & Fitness


Medieval Times

Tero’s Restaurant

Thank you all for your support and please help us continue to raise money to better support!

Emergency squad hosts kickball event for kids with autism

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The Lyndhurst Special Angels presented the Lyndhurst Police Emergency Squad with a plaque at the July board of commissioners meeting for hosting a kickball tournament for children with special needs.

“It was a great experience, the kids were laughing, having fun and really enjoying themselves.”  Stated Jennifer Burns, 2nd lieutenant for LPES.  “It was the first time we did something like this and I feel as if it really meant a lot to not only the kids, but to us and all the people involved.”

LPES volunteers lead by nine-year-old honorary member AmberPaige Dolan played against two groups of Special Angels in a match that resulted in the Special Angels victory of 78 to 22.  They were lead to victory with home runs by Timmy Branchick and Charles Monesterio.  The Special Angels had a solid defense with pitchers Bella Banuls, Cassandra Ribustello, Danny Gongora and Sammy Spitzer shutting down the LPES team in 3 separate innings.

After the match, the LPES volunteers invited the Special Angels to the LPES building and held a barbecue for all participants.  “They hit every detail, from gluten free food to medals for the kids” stated Deborah Wertalik who presented the plaque to LPES volunteers. “For once I was the one who was approached for an event like this.  It was really a great reminder that there are people out there that care about changing the life of a child.”