Somerville, NJ, March 29, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders, Inc. (NJCTS) is proud to announce the Honorary Committee for NJ Walks for TS at Princeton- a day of advocacy, awareness and acceptance. The 5K walk and family fun run will take place at Mercer County Park on Sunday, March 29th.
Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert
West Windsor Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh
Plainsboro Mayor Peter Cantu
Senator Linda R. Greenstein District 14
Senator Diane B. Allen District 7
Senator Samuel Thompson District 12
Senator Christopher Connors District 9
Senator Kip Bateman District 16
Senator Dawn Marie Addiego District 8
Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson District 14
Assemblyman Herb Conaway Jr. District 7
Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo District 14
Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan District 18
Assemblywoman Amy Handlin District 13
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora District 15
Assemblywoman Donna Simon District 16
Assemblyman John Wisniewski District 19
Assemblyman Jack Ciatarelli District 16
Assemblyman Joe Danielson District 17
Assemblyman Christopher Brown District 8
Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg District 8
Assemblyman Troy Singleton District 7
NJ Walks for TS at Princeton benefits the NJCTS Education Outreach Program, which educates students and teachers at schools in every corner of New Jersey about Tourette Syndrome, anti-bullying and self-advocacy. Each member of the Honorary Committee has a history of support for the 1 in 100 children living with Tourette Syndrome (TS)- a neurological disorder characterized by uncontrollable movements or sounds known as tics.
NJ Walks for TS began in Mendham in 2010 and was brought to Central Jersey by Plainsboro teen Tess Kowalski, a Youth Advocate trained by NJCTS.
"This event was founded for kids, by kids and we are proud to partner with elected officials throughout our area to spread support for the thousands of kids and families living with TS in New Jersey today," said NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice.
To learn more about Tourette Syndrome, NJ Walks for TS or the Education Outreach Programs of NJCTS, visit www.njcts.org or call 908-575-7350.