Manasquan Inlet Tug of War raises thousands for Make-A-Wish Foundation

In conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, thousands will participate in a series of tugs of wars across the nearly 500-foot-wide Manasquan Inlet.

News 12 Staff

Oct 9, 2022, 4:29 PM

Updated 560 days ago

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In conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, thousands will participate in a series of tugs of wars across the nearly 500-foot-wide Manasquan Inlet.
Additionally, participants are in for a day of live music, food and drinks. Team registrations support both the recreation departments for Manasquan and Point Pleasant Beach, as well as raising funds for Make-A-Wish New Jersey. The Manasquan Inlet Tug of War has raised nearly $100,000 since 2018.
“It’s just really awesome. We all support each other,” said Cheryl O’Connor, of Point Pleasant.
"The funds raised by those tugging in this event is going to go right into granting the wish of a local child," said said Michael Dominick, from Make-A-Wish. “What’s more New Jersey than something like this?”


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