The proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to purchase critical equipment for the Lincroft Fire Company. Just as important, the fundraiser offers an opportunity for friends to get together locally, at a very reasonable price, and have a great time. Dessert, coffee and tea will be available.
Admission tickets cost only $10 each. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door, on a first come basis. The doors will open at 7:00PM. Reservations, with full payment, are accepted for tables of eight people.
No skills are required to play the game, just a willingness to have a good time. At each game table there will be playing cards dealt out. As the caller calls off cards from a separate deck, players remove the called card from their hands. When a player has no cards left, they win! Each winner selects their own prize from a pile of more than 150 wrapped gifts. There are multiple winners in each game.
There will be free door prizes and raffles sold for gift baskets and a 50/50 prize. Everyone is guaranteed to go home with at least 1 prize. The Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank all of the local residents and the following vendors for their donations to the last Hi Lo function:
- Aleo Italian Specialties, 642 Route 520, (732) 747-0111
- Duck Donuts, Ventura Plaza, 1275 Route 35, (732) 671-DUCK (3825)
- Gloria Nilson & Co., Heather Colella, (732) 861-5509
- Joyce’s Sub & Pizza, 655 Route 520, (732) 741-9660
- Thirty-One Gifts - Christine Byrne, (732) 673 – 2262
Currently, the Ladies Auxiliary is accepting contributions for game prizes and gift baskets. Please contact Maria Dunn (732) 345-9525 to make donations, for advance ticket purchases or to obtain more details.
The Ladies Auxiliary is a support group for the Lincroft Fire Company. They supply food/beverages to the volunteer fire fighters upon return from fire calls and to those who remain ‘on call’ at the fire house when there is a state of emergency. In addition, the Ladies Auxiliary sponsors fundraisers for the fire house. New members are always welcomed by the fire company and the Ladies Auxiliary.