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Little Silver Business & Professional Association Shows a Little Love

From February 1st through the 28th, businesses around the town of Little Silver collected food in their annual "Have a Heart" food drive.

In February, the Little Silver Business and Professional Association held a food drive to benefit Lunch Break in Red Bank, NJ.  On March 10, 2011, President of the Association, Lori Saybolt, along with Vice President, Jay Cordaro and memebers, Matt Parisi and Erica Melone delivered 156 pounds of non-perishables to the organization. 

There were 13 drop locations located around the town of Little Silver.  Gwen Love, Director of Lunch Break and George Rodriguez were on hand to accept the donation.  The non-perishables were sorted  and weighed by volunteers on Friday morning and then added to the very organized pantry at Lunch Break.

Membership in the LSBPA is open to any business owner in Little Silver or resident of Little Silver who is a business owner. 

For more information about the LSBPA go to their website www.littlesilverbusiness.com.

Jay Cordaro March 12, 2011 at 03:25 PM
The LSBPA mission is to unite our fellow businesses in Little Silver. We look to augment our benefit to and investment in the community through business growth and volunteering our time. We will collaborate together participating in community events, coordinating marketing strategies, creating business awareness in the community, as well as business networking amongst ourselves

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