MBCA's March Madness Mixer

The Metropolitan Business & Citizens Association will hold its annual winter charity mixer at Cuba Libra on Monday, March 11

By Ray Schweibert
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Dubbed “March Madness – The Mixer,” the Metropolitan Business & Citizens Association (MBCA) will hold its annual winter charity mixer at Cuba Libra in The Quarter at Tropicana starting 5:30pm Monday, March 11.

Slip out of the cold and into a dry mojito, and help raise funds for the MBCA’s selected charity this year, FACES 4 Autism. FACES is dedicated to autism awareness, education and support for families dealing with those stricken with autism (visit

According to the MBCA’s community relations director Gary Hill on the organization’s Web site (, the MBCA holds one mid-winter mixer each year to help support one of the organization’s affiliated non-profit members.

“It is also a great way too help get over the winter madness and weather,” says Hill. “This year the selection committee has chosen a great cause — FACES for Autism — and we are hoping you will once again support this event on March 11th.”

FACES is a non-profit organization dedicated to education and support of children with Autism and their families. Created as a support group called Families for Autistic Children by the Mosca family in 2002 after their son Kyle was diagnosed, the family discovered that the need for services in southern New Jersey was so great that they gathered others together to help establish more awareness and support.

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