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Sep 11, 2017

“TS Rocks” Benefit Concert on October 1

By Joanne Colella

Save the date and reserve your tickets now! Sunday, October 1 will be the date of the inaugural “TS Rocks” benefit concert to support the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders. The event will take place from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Charles J. Hesse Parish Center, 55 South Street in Atlantic Highlands. The rockin’ afternoon will feature an outstanding lineup of live entertainment from talented musicians, an array of food and beverages, silent auctions, and a 50/50 raffle.

Live Music provided by top area musicians!
Carl Gentry Band 1:30-2:30
With BethAnne Clayton(2:15-2:30)
Taylor Tote Band 2:45-3:30
Bob Bandiera Band 3:45-4:30
Moroccan Sheepherders 5-6
Special Guest:
Pete McHeffey, aka “Medicated Pete”, actor, as well as ex-intern, on the Howard Stern Show, on Sirius XM Radio, and official member of
Stern’s “Wack Pack”, has been in such films as Dead on Arrival(2013) and The Remy Burbee Mix-Up (2010).
In 2012, HowardTV on Demand, came to Red Bank, NJ to spend a day in the life of McHeffey, who lives with Tourette Syndrome.
He will be joining the Moroccan Sheepherders on a tune during their set!

Advance tickets are $30 for adults and $20 under age 18. Tickets at the door will be $35 for all. For advance tickets, go to https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E196886&id=12. Sponsorships are also available at various price points and offering different benefits, ranging from $250 for a Friend Sponsor all the way up to $5,000 for a Title Sponsor. Donations of auction items are also greatly appreciated to help make this fabulous inaugural event an even bigger success.

Tourette Syndrome (TS) is an inherited, neurological disorder characterized by uncontrollable sounds and movements called tics. TS is much more common than most people think, affecting as many as one in 100 individuals. In 2004, the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders received funding from the state to create a Center of Excellence to provide referrals, programs, and services to support families, public outreach and awareness campaigns, and education for school and healthcare professionals. For learn more, visit www.njcts.org.