New Jersey Law Firm Awards Prizes to 3 Local Winners in Kids’ Safety Day Raffle

May 12, 2005 – Three lucky local kids cashed in their winning tickets drawn from the Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman raffle at the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center’s annual “Bicycle Safety Rodeo/Skateboard Safety Jam and Safe Kids Day” on Saturday.

Mercerville resident, Nick Simpson won a 5boro skateboard autographed by Patrick Guidotti, professional skateboarder who rides the 5boro and Lawrence native. The package includes a 5boro deck, 129mm Independent Stage 9 trucks, 52mm Spitfire wheels and Bones Reds bearings provided by Xtreme Funktion store in Hamilton in honor of their Skateboard Jam sponsorship.

Princeton resident, Sarah Evans won a Morey Boogie “Classic Series Plasma” Bodyboard provided by Ski Barn of Lawrence Township in honor of their new “Surf Shop” grand-opening this week.

Hamilton resident, Ashley Monforte won a $25 Gift Certificate also provided by Ski Barn of Lawrence Township.

“Our annual raffle helps St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center attract kids and turn safety education into a fun experience,” explained Ira C. Miller, Esq., a senior partner and chairman of the Labor & Employment Department in the New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman, pictured awarding the prizes “We also give out hundreds of articles on safety and injury prevention to parents at the event so they can follow through at home.”

“We appreciate the annual participation of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman,” adds Jane Millner, Director of Community Relations and Development at St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center and Morris Hall, also pictured. “Like us, the attorneys at this New Jersey law firm see too many preventable injuries. Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman understands the value of kids safety education and the importance of creating positive opportunities for parents, community leaders and role models to build safety habits into kids’ everyday activities.”

“More than 600 local area kids were registered for the bike rodeo and skateboard jam; most entered the raffle,” declared Lydia Keephart, Esq., a partner practicing Family Law in the New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman and a member of the Board at St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center and Morris Hall, as well as a Lawrence Township resident. “The New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman has participated in this community safety event with raffles, educational materials and an information display for two years, and expects to continue this tradition.”

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