Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri, Robbinsville Mayor David Fried, Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora along with Olde Liberty Tavern staff members Tracey and Mike take a second to pose for a photo during the send hunger packing fundraiser to benefit
Mecer Street Friends.
The who’s who of the surrounding area descended upon Olde Liberty Tavern on Friday night to check out some local stars turned celebrity
The event hosted by Olde Liberty Tavern donated 50 percent of the evening’s proceeds, as well as the tips, gathered from celebrity bartenders which included Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora, Robbinsville Mayor David Fried, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri and Robbinsville Business Administrator Joy Tozzi.
“This is a great event for a great cause. Jodi and everyone at Olde Liberty Tavern stepped up to help out those in need and I am just thankful to be able to play a very small part to lend and hand in helping. Reed, Angelo, Joy, Mike and I are having a blast”,explained Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried as he hustled serving patrons from behind the bar
The event even had a celebrity pizza maker in the local attorney, actor and entrepreneur Mike Mumola of KMHL – Attorneys At Law. Mumola along with Liberty Tavern’s Chris O’Malley cranked out an array of mouthwatering Trenton style tomato pie and pizza for guest to feast on as they enjoyed drinks served up by the bartenders.
The packed house
NJ Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo, Hamilton Councilman