The 3rd Annual BCCBF Super Bowl Party Fundraiser on Sunday, February 7th, at Firehouse #2 on Home Place, will be an evening of exciting football, good food and the company of people who are passionate about the game.
Attendees will view the big game on five televisions and enjoy a catered Super Bowl Buffet.
To add to the excitement, a raffle will be held during the event. Raffle prizes include a 42" Sharp Flat Screen TV donated by Sharp Electronics, and two smaller LCD HDTVs. Additional prizes will be available.
The catered dinner buffet will offer an assortment of food for all tastes, including chicken wings, hot dogs, Italian heroes, pasta, assorted salads, coffee, soda, and desserts. Beer will be available for guests over 21.
The event runs from 5:00PM until game end. Tickets are $25.00 for adults and include one raffle ticket. Additional raffles are $5.00 each, $25.00 for a book of five raffles. Admission for children under 18 is $10.00 and does not include a raffle ticket.
Tickets and raffles can be purchased by calling Jim Bishopp (201-501-8474) or Mark D’Esposito (201-385-9539). Early reservations are suggested as last year's event was a sellout.
The BCCBF 3rd Annual Super Bowl Party Fundraiser is the first event in the committee's 2010 fundraising program. Information about this function and other upcoming events is available at www.bergenfieldcommunitycenter.org , or by calling 201-385-9475.
BCCBF meetings are held at the Memorial Park Field House at 8:00 p.m. on the third
Wednesday of each month. All residents and business owners are invited to attend. The committee welcomes input and volunteers to assist in programming and fundraising.
Bergenfield Lions Club members Marty Gurwerk, Tom Power, and Mel Weinberg, were first in line to purchase tickets and raffle books for the Super Bowl Party Fundraiser sponsored by the Bergenfield Community Center Building Fund Committee (BCCBF) on Sunday, February 7 at Firehouse #2 on Home Place, beginning at 5:00 pm. John Scagliotti, BCCBF president, and Bob Gallione, BCCBF Executive Director, delivered the tickets and raffle books during an early Saturday morning meeting of what these community activists call the Breakfast Club. Pictured from left to right: Gallione, Gutwerk, Power, Weinberg, and Scagliotti. (Photo courtesy of Eli DeFalco.)