Brick Municipal Alliance Committee Hosts Golf Tournament


LAKEWOOD-The Brick Municipal Alliance Committee hosted its annual BMAC Golf Tournament on Saturday at the Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood.  Sponsored by Pine Belt, CME Associates and other local businesses, the event helps to raise money for substance abuse programs in the town.

“Thanks to all the golfers who came out to Eagle Ridge Golf Course today for our Brick Municipal Alliance Committee golf outing! What a great turnout,” Mayor Ducey’s office said in a Facebook post. “Beautiful weather, lots of fun, and all for a good cause!”

About the BMAC (From the Brick Township Official Website):

The Brick Municipal Alliance Committee (BMAC) is a municipally supported, grant funded organization whose mission is to provide substance abuse prevention programs and services for the community. It is a grass-roots effort led by a group of volunteers representing organizations and key stakeholders empowered to initiate community level change.
With funding provided by the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse along with sponsorships and donations, BMAC’s efforts will be focused on reducing prescription medication misuse, particularly opiates, which is fueling the heroin crisis in our area.

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Chief Bergquist of the Brick Township Police Department summarized it best at the first BMAC meeting when he said “The Police Department is really good at arresting these people. What we’re not so good at is turning off the flow of new users coming in and I think that should be our focus.”

BMAC meetings are held monthly on Mondays at 7 pm in Town Hall.  All are welcome.  Please check the calendar on this website for meeting dates.


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