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Raven and the Peach to Host Benefit Evening for Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore

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The Raven and the Peach restaurant in Fair Haven is hosting a benefit evening for the Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore on Saturday, February 9 at 7:30.


 


A $100 donation opens the door to a beautiful evening of dinner, live music,  dancing and cocktails while helping Save the Jersey Shore help our neighbors affected by Hurricane Sandy. Two drinks are included and valet parking will be provided.


 


Richard Bahadurian, owner of The Raven and the Peach, said “All of us at The Raven and the Peach are so honored to be able to help our neighbors, friends and family affected by Sandy. Many people are still in need and we will do what we can.”


 


The Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore, Inc. was founded by New Jersey businessman and philanthropist Warren Diamond, former NFL Pro Bowler and Super bowl XI Champion LB, Phil Villapiano, and Financial Service Executive Kevin Leahy, after the three Jersey residents personally witnessed the destruction caused to their own and surrounding communities along the Jersey Shore by Hurricane Sandy. The three friends got together and decided that the best way to assist is to channel their efforts and resources into building a support function for these communities.


 


Raven and the Peach restaurant is located at 740 River Road in Fair Haven. To make your reservation, please call Kerri at 732-207-0340.  


 


The Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore is a community based volunteer organization dedicated to raising funds which will assist homeowners, businesses, and communities adversely affected by Hurricane Sandy. The Foundation is committed to seeing that every dollar raised directly or indirectly, be used for those homeowners, businesses, and communities adversely affected by Hurricane Sandy. In addition, we are dedicated to restoring, rebuilding, and renewing the Jersey Shore as an economic force in the State. www.SaveTheJerseyShore.org.

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