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Kids Hand the Cops a Loss in Neptune Township Softball Fundraiser

The Neptune Township Municipal Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse would like to extend a huge thank you to all who helped make the tenth annual Cops vs. Kids softball game on June 10, 2015 such a success!  The weather was beautiful, the game was fun, and the laughs were plenty! 

It was a great event—from pre-event sponsorship to the last at bat.  In their first victory since 2007, the Kids crushed the Cops, 16-8! The coveted “Prevention Cup” Trophy will remain housed at Neptune High School until next year’s game when the Cops will have to try to reclaim it!

The Kids’ team (coached by Stephanie Sprayberry & Kevin Frederick & Tim Kortenhaus) included: Lois Walton, Hunter Daly, Amelia Dominguez, Brittany Montgomery, Jamie Ferguson, Katy Magovern, Luis Velez, Mike Hand, James Hand, Sean Maxcy, Thomas Hallgring, Tyler Schembri, and Alon Height.

The Cops’ team (we’re not sure who was coaching them) included: Tom Blewitt, Chris Shembri, Kyle Schembri, Brice Byham, Chris Niskoch, Fred Faulhaber, Bryan Maher, Chris McKinley, Larry Fisher and last minute recruits Lou Rochelle, and Tim Kortenhaus.

Special thanks go out to: the Neptune Township Committee and the Neptune Board of Education, the players, the coaches, Robert Walzer, Jr. who umpired the game, Coach Sprayberry, event volunteers including Catherine Crelin, Rick Matson, Christina Blue, Sean McMillan, and Sherry Sotnikoff, Bruno’s who fed the players after the game, all those who came out to support the game, and Neptune Police Officer Mike Zarro, who coordinated the Cops and secured sponsorships. Thanks also to Township Committeemen Eric Houghtaling for his support at the game.

Event sponsors included: the Governor’s Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse, Impact Auto Body, Automobile Transportation Services, Bruno’s Italian Deli, McDonalds, Robert Walzer, Jr. from the Central Sports Association, Neptune Township Police PBA #74, Neptune Twp FOP #19, Nagel’s, Theo’s Demolition & Construction Clean-Up, Allied Fire & Safety, Popeyes, MJ’s Pizza Bar & Grill, Midtown Urban Renaissance Corporation (MURC), the Neptune Municipal Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, the Neptune Board of Ed, and the Neptune Recreation Department. 

Thanks to everyone who supported the game, and in turn, helps us spread our prevention message to the community.  Be sure to catch our next Cops vs. Kids fundraiser!




Click here: US Sports Institute Spring Pre School Programs 2015

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CLICK HERE for photo gallery of Rec’s Halloween Event (Oct 24)

CLICK HERE for photos from Neptune Day, September 20, 2014


Click here and here for pictures from the night’s event


bormann volunteer award recipients
L-R: Twp Committeeman Eric Houghtaling, Awardee Herb Herbst, Jeff Beekman (standing in for Roger Brown), Mayor Kevin McMillan, Deputy Mayor Randy Bishop, and Recreation Director Dawn Thompson 

dawn thompson receives award


Neptune Recreation Director, Dawn Thompson, was recently presented with the Association Service Award by the New Jersey Recreation and Park Association, citing her years of dedicated volunteer efforts.

NJRPA is the leading not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting parks and recreation; enhancing the professional development of its members; advocating sound policy and stewardship related to parks, recreation, resource management, and leisure services; and increasing awareness of the value of play and preservation of the environment to interested citizens and the public.

Dawn has been actively involved in NJRPA since 1986; she is pictured here with members of the NJRPA Awards Committee.


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