“Taking Care Of Our Own“ - a Benefit for New Jersey's Hurricane Sandy Victims

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 1901 Ocean Ave Point Pleasant Beach NJ 08742  See map

Marlins’ Café located at 1901 Ocean Ave. Point Pleasant Beach NJ 08742. (732-714-8035)


Hosted by the Coastal Jersey Parrot Head Club, DJ Jeff Allen of Beach Front Radio and License to Chill featuring E Street fame drummer “Mad Dog” Vini Lopez.


Donation Adults $15.00 ~Children $5.00 (under age 5 free)

A wristband at door for drink specials for adults includes 5 gift raffle tickets.

Collecting non perishable food for St. Paul’s food pantry in Bay Head

Hoodies and knit hats from Blue Wave Printing of Toms River available for purchase.


Coastal Jersey Parrot Head Club (CJPHC) has been collecting cash and gift cards for the eight local members severely impacted by Super Storm Sandy. Their homes were in Brick, Point Pleasant and Ortley Beach. Well-known local band License to Chill and BeachFront internet radio host, DJ Jeff Allen approached the president of CJPHC with the idea to put on a fundraiser for them as an aid to their ongoing needs and offered to donate their time and talents. The owners of Marlins’ Café in Point Pleasant agreed to hold the event at their restaurant. Food will be available from their menu. Donated prizes include a Margaritaville Liquor Chiller; a basket of cheer and several pieces of jewelry by Life’s a Beach. 100% of proceeds will go directly to these families while they wait for FEMA or insurance funds to help them restore and rebuild their homes and lives.

Everyone invited and welcome to attend! Walk-ins welcome.

To reserve wristbands: Contact Diane Andruszko at dianenat@hotmail.com or see Facebook Sandy Victims of Fate Fundraiser /We take care of our own event to RSVP. To see more info on CJPHC go to www.cjphc.org . There is a PayPal option to reserve and pay admission and/or for donations also located under events tab.


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