SUPPORT OUR FRIEND!!!!!
Evan is a Bridgewater
911 Dispatcher, Country Hills Volunteer Fireman, EMT (paid) for
Clinton Rescue Squad and Somerset Medical Center, and serves as a
Volunteer EMT for Branchburg Rescue Squad. Evan devotes most of
his life helping others throughout all of his positions both paid
and volunteer. It is now time for the community to support a man
who continues to provide various emergency services to our
residents and families. Evan has a brain tumor (believed to be not
cancerous at this time) and his medical expenses are beginning to
pile up. He is currently out of work on extended sick leave and
therefore has lost the opportunity to work his various paid jobs
and cannot currently volunteer with his organizations. We are
currently raising money to help alleviate some of the medical
expenses the Holtz family will be responsible for.
can be made directly to:
Bridgewater PBA Civic Association
Attn: Officer Ziarnowski
PO Box 6664
** Please indicate “Evan Holtz” in the memo of all
If you have any question, feel free to e-mail us at
The Bridgewater PBA Civic Association
recently contacted various local businesses for donation to help
two victims of house fires in the township on 6/22/12. As
expected, the Bridgewater business community came through.
We would like to thank the following businesses for their support:
Any businesses that wish to contribute in the future, please
e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org . If you wish to send a
donation to the Civic Association, please mail it to the
following: Bridgewater PBA Civic Association PO Box
6664 Bridgewater, NJ 08807
The Bridgewater PBA does it again. In 2012, the PBA donated
35 less fortunate families in Bridgewater a full course
Thanksgiving Dinner. The meals incuded a fulling cooked
turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole,
sweet potatoes, corn, cranberry relish, dinner rolls, apple pie,
and apple cider. Also special thanks to Wegmans in help
supporting our cause.
Please read the letter send by now Governor Christie to the Law
Enforcement Community. A broken promise to get elected!
"Operation: Santa Claus" PBA donates toys to children at St.
Peter's Hospital. Click
Here For Story.
PBA Donates $500 to Special Olympics NJ.
Last updated on 4-4-13