Woodbridge Township is hosting its' second annual Police and Fire Charity Fitness Challenge. We need YOU to help make it successful.
This year our effort will benefit the family of Ben Lepisto, a freshman at Woodbridge High School, who was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Ben has a long fight ahead of him and we want to help him in this fight. Ben first learned of this when he tried out for the Woodbridge High School Baseball Team. After making the team, he realized he was having problems so he tried out for the track team and made that as well. Ben is an athlete and our event this year will be held to honor his dedication to athletics and fitness.
Emergency responders know all too well how courage in the face of adversity is key in challenges every day. On June 11th at the Woodbridge High School Football Field in Middlesex County, Police Officers, Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians and other Public Employees will compete in an obstacle course relay race in order to raise funds for the benefit of Ben and to help him in this fight.
You can sign up to compete as a team or as an individual. Individual entrants will be competing for the title of Ninja. For more information, or to purchase an ad for this event, please click the link to our sign up sheet.