John E. McCormac
Cory S. Spillar, (Third Ward)
Lizbeth DeJesus, At-Large
Nancy Drumm, First Ward
Howie Bauer, Second Ward
Virbhadra N. Patel, Fourth Ward
Debbie Meehan, Fifth Ward
Kyle Anderson, At-Large
Brian F. Small, At-Large
Gregg M. Ficarra, At-Large
Greetings To New Jersey Senior Athletes:
Woodbridge Township is proud to host the New Jersey Senior Olympic Games for the 13th consecutive year. On September 6, 7 and 8, 2019, more than 1,500 Senior Olympians from around the state will again visit Woodbridge Township to participate in the three-day Olympic competition.
New Jersey’s Senior Olympians will find world-class competition venues, sport and athletic facilities – including the Woodbridge Community Center (WCC), The Club at Woodbridge, and newly upgraded Woodbridge High School running track and event fields – all of which make Woodbridge Township the ideal location for the senior games.
The Woodbridge Community Center stands as a multi-purpose recreational and sporting facility with a full-size gymnasium, Olympic-size swimming pool, roller skating rink, NHL-size ice skating and hockey rink, wellness center, walking track, meeting rooms, and recreational and lounge areas. Senior athletes will also make use of county and municipal parks and private sports venue facilities, including the Woodbridge Bowling Center.
After the daily competition, I would encourage our Senior athletes, spectators, families and friends to enjoy an evening in Woodbridge... explore Main Street and our other downtown districts where you will find the best “Buy Local” shopping and dining in the region.
On behalf of Woodbridge Township, the Municipal Council, the 2019 New Jersey Senior Olympic Committee and the many Woodbridge Township sponsors and volunteers, I offer a most sincere welcome to each and every Senior athlete and extend best wishes for much success as you compete for the “Gold,” “Silver” and “Bronze” in the 2019 New Jersey Senior Olympics. Let the games begin…
Mayor John E. McCormac