Old Bridge Hoops Academy fundraiser benefits Old Bridge SEPTA

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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF
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The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF

PHOTOS BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF

The Old Bridge Hoops Academy, a non-profit youth basketball program, hosted its fourth annual basketball tournament and picnic at Geick Park on Sept. 21. There were 70 participants who helped raised $1,500 for SEPTA (Special Education PTA) of Old Bridge, a non-profit organization serving the needs of special needs children and families in the community.