Bark for Life successful in the fight against cancer


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On April 29, 18 walker-teams raised $17,265 for the American Cancer Society during the first “Bark For Life of Central NJ” at Mannino Park in Old Bridge. More than 230 participants and 125 dogs attended the community dog walk and festival. One hundred percent of proceeds benefit research, patient services, advocacy and cancer prevention programs. Pictured: The top fundraising team, “Old Bridges Finest – No One Fights Alone,” collected $5,030 for the cause: Lenore Greenberg Vredenburgh, left to right, Team Captain Jeanette Avellan, Kevin Houghtaling, Jancy Campbell Houghtaling with their dogs Tomgirl, Bad Boy Bass and Sophia.


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