Four U.S. Congressman and two N.J. legislators sign on to be a part of this important awareness and fundraising event.
MAHWAH – The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) is proud to announce the formation of an Honorary Committee as part of the NJ Walks For TS at Ramapo College on Sunday, April 14.
The committee consists of United States Congressmen Albio Sires (D-NJ8), Leonard Lance (RNJ7), Rush Holt (D-NJ12) and Scott Garrett (R-NJ5), as well as State Senator Gerald Cardinale (R-NJ39) and State Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi (R-NJ39). Congressional District 5 and State Legislative District 39 are home to Ramapo College.
“The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders is pleased that our legislators have stepped up to support Tourette Syndrome awareness and advocacy by lending their distinguished names to this great cause,” NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice said. “We thank them for the work they have done on behalf of our organization and the TS community in their districts, and look forward to a wonderful day at Ramapo College.”
Registration for the event will begin at 1 p.m. on April 14, with the walk commencing at 2 p.m. The cost is $10 for current Ramapo College students only (must show college ID and/or have a valid Ramapo e-mail address; not applicable for Ramapo faculty or former students) and $22.50 for the general public.
To join in the fun and walk for TS, please visit the NJ Walks For TS at Ramapo College registration page. To help raise money to benefit the walk and the programs of NJCTS, please visit the NJ Walks For TS at Ramapo College donations page. For more information about NJCTS’ programs and services or read more about NJ Walks For TS at Ramapo College, please visit www.njcts.org.