Support COSAC

COSAC thanks the following event organizers for their time, energy and efforts in planning the following special events to benefit COSAC.  

September 24, 2006
Ride for Autism presented by Hanover Powersports
Thanks to Hanover Powersports for organizing its first annual Ride for Autism through Morris and Sussex Counties, ending in Stokes State Forest.   

Proceeds to COSAC:  $1,358
Save the date for next year:  September 30, 2007
September 18 to 22, 2006
“”Get on the Ball”” for Autism
Rutgers Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
Thanks to Pavan Katepalli and his fraternity brothers at Zeta Beta Tau Fraternityat Rutgers.  They collected 1,000 signatures of support from students and faculty on a six foot ball (pictured above) to raise funds and awareness for COSAC during a week long fund drive.  

Proceeds to COSAC:  $1,335
August 30, 2006
Thunder 500
Organized by Trenton Thunder Assistant General Manager, Greg Coleman (pictured above with son Kevin).  Greg collected pledges for his each of his 500 trips around the bases at Waterfront Park in Trenton (the equivalent of 34 miles).  

Proceeds to COSAC: $10,500+  
August 20, 2006
Liberty Harley Davidson
Ride for Autism
The first annual Puzzle Run starting at Liberty Harley Davidson in Rahway, NJ, attracted Harley enthusiasts concerned withautism from across the state.  
Proceeds to COSAC:  $2,375
July 23, 2006
Westlake Tennis Club Fundraiser
Chaired by Toby and Howard Lazan (pictured above with COSAC Executive Director, Paul Potito) with the help of an enthusiastic committee of more than 30 friends, the club’s tennis tournament, cocktail party and buffet dinner was a huge success.  

Proceeds to COSAC: $7,983
June 12, 2006
Center State Mortgage Golf Outing
Robert Walsh (center) presents check on behalf of Center State Mortgage and The Walsh Family to Paul Potito and Steve Pellegrinelli, proceeds from his June 12th golf outing.  
Proceeds to COSAC: $11,000
June 11, 2006
Jump for Autism
Windy weather postponed the 2nd Annual Skydive, scheduled for Sunday Morning, June 11th, but the weather couldn’t spoil the picnic and festivities, organized by Greg Panasuk (pictured above center), which were a resounding success.  
Proceeds to COSAC:  $8,710
June 10, 2006
Ride for Autism
COSAC Board President, Steve Pellegrinelli (left), accepts proceeds from the 2006 Ride for Autism from Board Members Andrew Abere (center) and Tim Hitzel (left). For more information about the Ride for Autism, click here.  
Proceeds to COSAC:  $80,000  

Thanks to Hanover Powersports for organizing its first annual Ride for Autism through Morris and Sussex Counties, ending in Stokes State Forest.    Proceeds to COSAC:  $1,358 Save the date for next year:  September 30, 2007Thanks to Pavan Katepalli and his fraternity brothers at Zeta Beta Tau Fraternityat Rutgers.  They collected 1,000 signatures of support from students and faculty on a six foot ball (pictured above) to raise funds and awareness for COSAC during a week long fund drive.  Proceeds to COSAC:  $1,335 Organized by Trenton Thunder Assistant General Manager, Greg Coleman (pictured above with son Kevin).  Greg collected pledges for his each of his 500 trips around the bases at Waterfront Park in Trenton (the equivalent of 34 miles).   Proceeds to COSAC: $10,500+  The first annual Puzzle Run starting at Liberty Harley Davidson in Rahway, NJ, attracted Harley enthusiasts concerned withautism from across the state.  Proceeds to COSAC:  $2,375 Chaired by Toby and Howard Lazan (pictured above with COSAC Executive Director, Paul Potito) with the help of an enthusiastic committee of more than 30 friends, the club’s tennis tournament, cocktail party and buffet dinner was a huge success.   Proceeds to COSAC: $7,983 Robert Walsh (center) presents check on behalf of Center State Mortgage and The Walsh Family to Paul Potito and Steve Pellegrinelli, proceeds from his June 12th golf outing.   Proceeds to COSAC: $11,000 Windy weather postponed the 2nd Annual Skydive, scheduled for Sunday Morning, June 11th, but the weather couldn’t spoil the picnic and festivities, organized by Greg Panasuk (pictured above center), which were a resounding success.   Proceeds to COSAC:  $8,710 COSAC Board President, Steve Pellegrinelli (left), accepts proceeds from the 2006 Ride for Autism from Board Members Andrew Abere (center) and Tim Hitzel (left). For more information about the Ride for Autism, click here.   Proceeds to COSAC:  $80,000   Click here to return to COSAC Event Homepage. Click here to view 2007 Community Events.

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