JAC to sell 50/50 tickets

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The Jefferson Arts Committee (JAC) will be conducting pre-event sales of their Jefferson Fest II 50/50 raffle tickets on Saturday, June 23, and 30 in front of the Milton/Oak Ridge ACME Supermarket at 5734 Berkshire Valley Road.

Sales will also take place at the Donagels Donuts & Bagels Cafe located at 725 Route 15 South in Lake Hopatcong on June 23. JAC volunteers will also be selling the 50/50 raffle tickets at the Jefferson Township Gazebo at the opening night concert in the free summer music series on Friday, June 29, at 7 p.m. The Jefferson Township Community Concert Band and Jazz Band under the direction of Peter Tummillo, Jr. will be performing.The 50/50 tickets are $2 each, and will also be sold at the Saturday, July 14th Jefferson Fest II – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks’ event on the fields of the Jefferson Township High School, 1010 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge. The winning ticket will be drawn at 9:20 pm at the conclusion of the live performance by The Cameos. The winner will receive one half of the proceeds and need not be present. Following the announcement of the 50/50 raffle winner, the huge aerial fireworks display will begin.

Information about the entire day and evening events can be found at www.jeffersonarts.org, via email at artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org, Jefferson Arts Committee on Facebook, or by calling 973-697-2032 or 973-697-3838. Also check for announcements at www.thejeffersonchronicle.net and http://www.hopatconglakeregionalnews.com/

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