Friday May 31, 7pm to Saturday June 1, 1a.m. Le Grand Fromage Atlantic City NJ
Captain Joe North is a retired Captain of the Atlantic City Police Department and Grandfather of Andrew Clark (The Choices,The Smash Brothers, and Resident Stone). After suffering from heart problems and a series of subsequent strokes, his insurance and pension cannot cover his medical expenses and the rising cost of living. All door cover earnings ($10) will be donated to the Captain. There's a raffle with tons of prizes and great local bands!
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Atlantic County DARE Community Safety Day
MAYS LANDING, NJ: The Atlantic County Sheriffâ€™s Office in conjunction with Atlantic County Institute of Technology, Atlantic County Special Services School, and D.A.R.E. NJ are proud to present D.A.R.E. Community Safety Day on May 18, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Atlantic County Special Services School located at 4805 Nawakwa Blvd, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. The event is free and open to the public. The event will be highlighted by an appearance Miss New Jersey, Lindsey Petrosh as well as Hell on Wheels, an X-games Bicycle and Skateboard stunt team and Unity in Motion from TVâ€™s Americaâ€™s Got Talent as well as a live remote from Longport Media.\r\nD.A.R.E. â€“ Drug, Abuse, Resistance, Education has become an integral part of our children\'s lives. It is taught in many schools in our community and it educates not just on the dangers of drugs and alcohol, but on making good decisions; decisions that go far beyond the realm of just \"should I smoke this cigarette or do these drugs?\" D.A.R.E. teaches about making intelligent, healthy, life decisions. â€œWe can never do enough for our children,â€ Atlantic County Sheriff Frank X. Balles stated. â€œWhen we are given the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child, we must accept the challenge and make the most of that opportunity before itâ€™s too late.â€\r\nThis day promises to be a huge event with vendors, live entertainment, activities, education, food, drink, and fun. The purpose of this grand event is to raise awareness of school safety, the dangers of drugs and alcohol, raise funding for our program, and to educate the public on living safer, healthier lives. \r\n