‘There aren’t any words to express our gratitude’

To the Editor:
We just wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of those who attended The Joseph Lillo Spinal Muscular Atrophy Foundation for Children’s first annual Pasta Night on Saturday, Sept. 26, at Robbin’s Reef in Bayonne. With over 200 people in attendance, our fundraiser was a complete success.
We would not have been able to accomplish this without the help of so many. We would like to first thank our Board: thanks to Ali, Tara, Alison, Tina, Michael, Jennifer, Nikki, Lisa, Patty L, Tommy. Also to those friends who gave with their hearts and time, thanks Jenn.
The businesses in this town once again proved that Bayonne is certainly a town that pulls together for a good cause. Thanks to Cafe Bello, Mama Rose’s, Sarelli’s, 22nd Street Meat Market, San Vito’s, Pizza Masters, Enrico’s, Judicke’s, Little Food Cafe, Starting Point, Vincent’s, Mona Lisa’s, Da Noi, Kuhl’s Tavern, Balloons Ltd., Sage & Co., European Day Spa, Bellissima, Massarelli’s, Harry’s Liquors, Little Diva’s, Victoria TV, Pelosi’s Spa, Karen Wheeler, and all of those generous families who also donated.
Of course, we wouldn’t forget to thank Robbin’s Reef, Next Generation DJ’s, The Beater’s, PBA Local No. 7, UNICO, BCB Community Bank, Masonic Lodge Peninsula No. 99, and The Big Apple.
Please forgive us if we’ve forgotten anyone, fortunately, there are so many. There aren’t any words to express our gratitude for all of the donations made to a cause so near to our hearts. It’s been a year in heaven for our little angel, and we are hoping to make him proud.
Thank you again!


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