JerseyMan of the Month
A true inspiration and a voice to others, this month's JerseyMan of the Month is Ryan Norton, a strong-willed and dedicated man, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was only six months old.
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- Heart Healthy Happy Hour!
Hosted by 50andbeyond.com & Catering Connections Concierge Service
March 4, 2014 - Woodcrest Country Club
5:30PM, RSVP By February 27, 2014
Prepaid Tickets are $40 & $50 at the Door
Your paid ticket includes: A powerful networking opportunity, assortment of delicious hor'deuvres, and a chance to bid on an array of fantastic Silent Auction "Swag" Baskets!
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- 30th Annual Kidney Ball
To Benefit the National Kidney Foundationn
March 8, 2014 - Vie, Philadelphia
7PM, Call Anna S. Kotopoulos at (215) 923-8611 for more info or
- 3rd Annual Recognition Banquet
Hosted by The Adam Taliaferro Foundation
March 13, 2014 - Tavistock Country Club
6:30PM, Tickets $40 Donation
For Reservations: Contact Gus Ostrum
(609) 502-0424 or email@example.com
- Monte Carlo Night
Presented by The Drenk Foundation
March 29, 2014 - The Merion, Cinnaminson
Enjoy a night of dining, gaming and networking, all in support of The Drenk Foundation
- 2014 Rutgers Day
April 26, 2014 - New Brunswick / Piscataway Campus
10AM-4PM, Free For Everyone. Rain or Shine!
Activities include tours, concerts, lectures, art, performances and a chance to
meet Rutgers professors, staff, students, and alumni. Sporting events, including
the Rutgers Spring Football Game, will go on throughout the day.
For more information about Rutgers Day, visit www.rutgersday.rutgers.edu
- Sounds of the Street Doowop Concert
All proceeds benefit the Armed Forces Heritage House Museum
April 26, 2014 - 111 Tuckerton Road, Medford, NJ
10AM-4PM, $20 a Ticket, Children Under 12 Free!
To Purchase Tickets, Visit: www.eventbrite.com
For more Info email DooWop@afhhm.org
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I read your impressive dossier, and since I’m almost 82, I’ve seen a lot of Philadelphia greatness. Impressed you signed with the Eagles. I had better offers, but stuck with my home town. I played pro ball in the Phillies organization from 1950-55 and was blessed to have two sons who also played. John, with the Boston Red Sox and Montreal organizations, and Dave played with the New York Mets organization. John played for one year, 1988, in the majors with Boston. That was a great thrill for my wife, Gwen, and me. Our daughter Grace spent 2 years as a soloist skater for the Ice Follies of Shipstad and Johnson from 1978-80.
I am from Philadelphia, son of Howard "Ziddie" Trautwein who was a professional baseball and basketball player back in 1919 to 1930, and ultimately a basketball coach at South Philadelphia High School and PMC, now Widener College. Dad had 6 city titles in 10 years and then went to PMC, where his teams gave great teams like St. Josephs, with the likes of George Senesky, fits. I played basketball, baseball, and soccer at Friends Central and was all scholastic in basketball and baseball, and all-league in soccer. I received a scholarship to Lafayette for basketball and baseball and after my first year I signed with the Philadelphia Phillies as a left-handed pitcher. We lived in Ocean City, NJ for 36 years, off and on, and sold our home in June this year. We now live in Sanibel, FL.