Matthew Commiso, a 17 year old resident of Ewing Township and student at Ewing High School, won the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center 2004 Bike/Skateboard Rodeo raffle sponsored by the Princeton law firm of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman.
The winning ticket was drawn by Ira C. Miller, Esq., of Penninton, Senior Partner, and Lydia Fabbro Keephart, of Lawrenceville, a member of the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center & Morris Hall Board of Trustees and a partner at Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman. (Drawing pictured in attached photo.)
This year’s raffle prize was a complete 5-Boro “Empire” skateboard, autographed by professional skateboarder Patrick Cadotti, as well as a complete set of safety pads for knees, elbows, hands and wrists, from X-treme Funktion Skateboard Shop in Hamilton. Mr. Miller awarded Mr. Commiso his winnings in a brief ceremony he attended with his mother, Ms. Caroline McHugh, at the law firm on Tuesday evening. (Awarding pictured in attached photo.)
“Enjoy your new skateboard in good health,” Mr. Miller told Matt Commiso. “As attorneys who represent so many people injured by unnecessary accidents, we are proud to be a sponsor of the St. Lawrence Bike & Board Rodeo because it shows kids they can have fun safely.”