SHOUT OUT: Central Bergen Local 86 expects an even bigger turnout next month than last year at its second annual Car, Truck and Bike show to help raise funds for the son of the late Ridgefield Park Police Sgt. Steven A. Sulborsky.
Entry is $15 for pre-registered vehicles and $20 the day of the event (Free for spectators).
Each registration includes a welcome packet with promotional items and coupons, entry into the judging competition, an 8″x10″ color print of your vehicle, and a dash plaque to the first 150 entrants.
There will also be food vendors, as well as some local merchants and promotional companies, along with raffles, a 50/50 and kids’ events.
Rain date: Sept. 20
MORE INFO: RPCB Local 86
His colleagues created the Sgt. Steven A. Sulborsky Memorial Fund to help Steve’s boys after he died of a sudden illness, at 42, in April 2014. The goal is to raise college and trust funds and do whatever necessary to help secure their future.
Sulborsky grew up in Bogota and was graduated from Bogota High School in 1990. He went on to Rutgers University and later obtained a master’s degree from Seton Hall University.
After working for the Tenafly and Cresskill police departments, he joined the Ridgefield Park force in 1998.
Sulborsky became a detective in 2010 and a year later was appointed patrol sergeant. He served as a member of the force’s ceremonial honor guard and was also with two countywide rapid-deployment squads.
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