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Dave Tango and the Stars of SyFy’s Ghost Hunters, Comedian Kevin Meaney and Singer Kristen Sellers to Help Children with Tourette Syndrome on November 29


3rd Annual Dinner and Show to Benefit the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome.

Somerville, NJ, November 18, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The stars, and maybe even a few ghosts will be out on November 29 at the 3rd Annual Dinner and Show to Benefit the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome takes place in Westfield.

The event, initiated by Bruce Tango, father of Ghost Hunter’s Dave Tango will bring positive attention to Tourette Syndrome (TS)- a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary motor or vocal movements known as tics. 1 in 200 children are affected by TS which is often accompanied by depression, learning disabilities, attention defict and obsessive compulsive disorders. The Tangos will be joined by comedian Kevin Meaney of Broadway’s Hairspray and the television series Uncle Buck.

Paranormal investigaor Steve Gonsalves, Dustin Pari and Joe Chin of Ghost Hunters and Ghost Hunters International will be there to discuss their exciting work and interact with fans. Kristen Sellers, featured on MTV and VH1, will also perform.

What: 3rd Annual Dinner and Show to Benefit NJCTS
When: Sunday, November 29th
Event starts at 12:30 p.m./doors open 11:30 a.m.

Where: Temple Emanu-El, 756 East Broad St., Westfield, NJ

Tickets: $75
For more information, or to purchase tickets please call Michael Kenney (908)232-6770 ext. 129 or Marc Tetlow (413) 478-3642 or visit idealeventmanage.com. Limited table seating available, order tickets today.

This is a member-initiated event. Proceeds will go to the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome, a 501 (c)(3). NJCTS is a collaboration among TSANJ, Rutgers University and health professionals throughout New Jersey. For more information please visit njcts.org.

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New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Nicole Greco
908-575-7350
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www.njcts.org

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