Fall Shredding Event
October 21, 2017
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
The Hackettstown & Washington Rotary Club’s honored the
Hackettstown / Warren Hills Annual Offensive & Defensive Game MVP’s
The annual luncheon to honor the most valuable players was held at Centenary University on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. The spirit and tradition was alive and well between the two wonderful communities, symbolized by the outstanding play on both teams in the 91st Hackettstown / Warren Hills game on November 4th. Both teams played hard, exhibiting both sportsmanship and class. Jim Sheldon, Hackettstown Rotary President stated “on behalf of all Rotarians in both communities congratulations went out to the Blue Streaks on the win and the Tigers on an outstanding effort.”
Warren Hills Regional Head Coach, Larry Dubiel stands with great pride to honor the “Blue Streaks” most valuable player of Offense going to Ryan Gill and most valuable player of Defense going to Matt Dufner.
Hackettstown Head Coach, Carl Robinson stands with great pride to honor the “Tigers” most valuable player of Offense going to Matt O’Brien and most valuable player of Defense going to Kyle Connelly.
A tradition began in 1986 where the winner of the game gets to keep the beater board at their school for the year. The beater board is a board, which consists of the history of each teams wins. This was to promote good sportsmanship, positive community support and positive school pride. This year the beater board went to the Warren Hills Blue Streaks.
Making an Impact
Ghana Food Shelter Dedication - To all of you who have been so supportive of the various Ghana initiatives please enjoy the photos of the latest accomplishment that could only have happened through your collective generosity. This holiday season, you have helped improve the quality of life for a small community over 5,000 miles from New Jersey. Thank you!
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