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Friday, April 25, 2014 5:05 am

LERNER, RICHARD W. 66 - Went to be with the Lord on 4/19. A retired Captain 
of Ventnor City Fire Dept. where he served for 15 years. Rich loved God, his 
family, being a fire-fighter, and to dance. Mr. Lerner was predeceased by his 
father, Seymour; and brother, Ray Lerner; survived by his wife, Paula; 
mother, Rita; daughters, Adrienne Sasso; Michelle Morgan; & son, Rich Lerner
(Anabelle); step-daughter, Gayle Connell(Bryan); and grandchildren, Jamie 
Sasso; Kyle & Kevin Morgan, Emerson & Weston Connell. Memorial service will 
be held at Beacon Church, 420 S. 6th Ave Galloway NJ 08205 on Saturday April 
26th, from 11am - 1pm.

Third Annual National Dance Day is Saturday, July 26
Mark your calendar—National 
Dance Day is back! The third annual National Dance Day will take place once 
again on the last Saturday of July (July 36, 2014). In the near future, three 
routines will be available right here on so people of all 
levels can join in on the fun.

“It’s a wonderful way to stay healthy and have fun whilst doing it,” National 
Dance Day creator and SYTYCD Executive Producer/Judge Nigel Lythgoe said on 
Thursday’s Top 20 results show.

WHAT: NATIONAL DANCE DAY, a grassroots initiative that encourages the nation, 
young and old, to move!  Individuals, families, organizations and communities 
from across the nation come together through their creative expression in 
dance.  Any style of dance is welcome and imagination is recommended in order 
to get the most out of this celebratory day.

WHEN: Saturday, July 26

WHY: To continue to generate national awareness for dance, a medium of 
expression and storytelling which, through shows like So You Think You Can 
Dance, has proven its value in bringing individuals from all walks of life 
together through a positive platform that has no boundaries and cultivates 
imagination and passion. Most importantly, the day is intended to promote 
health and wellness nationwide.

National Dance Day was recognized by Congress last year. Learn more about the 
movement brought to Washington, D.C. by Nigel Lythgoe and Congresswoman 
Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC). Share your D-Day ideas in the SYTYCD forums and 
stay tuned to this site for more information to come.

Visit for more.

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