Saturday, November 17 2012 - 3:00 pm
Court House, NJ
While the state continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, Coastal Broadcasting Systems is coming together with a number of officials to hold a major drive from those victims. Operation Save Our Shore will be held at the Cape May County Administration Building on Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A number of local officials have confirmed participation, including Senator Jeff Van Drew, Assemblyman Nelson Albano, Assemblyman Matt Milam, Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters, Cape May Mayor Ed Mahaney, Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano, Wildwood Commissioner Pete Byron, among others.
Operation SOS will benefit the Lunch with Lynch foundation to assist those impacted in Cape May County during Hurricane Sandy and the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean counties. Items requested include stove top foods, cleaning supplies, and gift cards. No clothing will be accepted.
Anyone interested in assisting in the effort can contact email@example.com. Coastal Broadcasting thanks support it is has received from the Cape May County Regular Republican Organization, the Legislative Office of Senator Jeff Van Drew, Assemblyman Nelson Albano, and Assemblyman Matt Milam, and Back Bay Bistro.
The Great American Trolley Company is going to assist Coastal Broadcasting by donating a bus to bring the donations to their drop off locations.
“We appreciate all of the support we have gotten for Operation Save Our Shore,” Coastal Broadcasting’s News Director Denis Brown said. “We also want to thank all people who have being doing so much good work already. We only hope this drive continues the needed assistance.”