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LB Michael Boley hosts charity bowling


On Monday, November 5, 2012 New York Giants linebacker, Michael Boley, is hosting "Monday Night Bowling," a charity bowling event presented by Lunar Sports Group. The event, which benefits Intensive Therapeutics, will take place at AMF Wallington Lanes, which is located at 299 Paterson Avenue in Wallington, NJ.
Intensive Therapeutics is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit, charitable organization that provides group and individual occupational therapy services to children with autism and children with hemiplegia, from stroke, CP, and brain injury.

This is the 3rd Annual Monday Night Bowling event hosted by Boley who always receives great support from his Giants teammates. Last year Boley was joined by Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Jacobs, Chris Canty, Mathias Kiwanuka, and Steve Weatherford, among many others who came out to support the cause.

"As a parent of a child with Autism, I know first-hand just how vital it is to provide these services to families of children with special needs and I have a true appreciation for those who offer assistance" said Boley.

The event runs 7pm-10pm and will also include a silent and live auction. For more information about Michael Boley's Monday Night Bowling please visit:

About Intensive Therapeutics
Intensive Therapeutics is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit, charitable organization that provides group and individual, occupational therapy services for all children. The organization was established in 2005 to address the needs of families who wanted individualized services by licensed professionals in a non- medical environment.

Intensive Therapeutics services include summer programs: Camp Helping Hands for children with hemiplegia and Camp Leaps and Bounds for children with autism. Other services are available for any child who needs special strategies to master everyday childhood skills such as bike riding, team sports, and hand-writing. Summer camps occur in Westfield NJ and the main office is located in Fanwood, NJ. Parents and community representatives can call to find out how to bring Intensive Therapeutic programs to your neighborhood.

For more info on Intensive Therapeutics, visit or call 973-771-1582.


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