BAY HEAD — The Bay Head Fire Department is gearing up to host their annual Clambake this August, a tradition that has roots all the way back to 1967.
“This is the Fire Department’s only fundraising event of the year,” said Dierdre Einhorn, of the Bay Head Fire Department. “Generations of families, both young and old, count on the clambake every year and we are thrilled that we’ve been able to keep this tradition alive.”
This year, the event will be held on Aug. 19 from noon to 5 p.m. after a year of planning with the help of over 80 volunteers. According to Ms. Campbell, this event is the only fundraising event of the year for the Bay Head Fire Department.
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