HOBOKEN- Last October 25, the tax-exempt 501(c)(3) Mason Civic League (MCL) hosted a talk with 101.5FM journalist Michael Symons at a local Victorian funeral parlor.
No stiffs were in attendance except for Anthony Romano, who sipped wine next to MCL President, Beth Mason. Mason spoke about how she cuts out "bigger stories" from the "huge" Sunday Star Ledger newspaper, "holds onto them" and "sends them to people."
GA has obtained an exclusive copy of an article Mason cut out of last week's Star Ledger:
|cut out and mailed to Friends of Beth Mason PAC|
I didn't know horses could live to such a ripe, old age!
In more breaking, old news...
HOBOKEN- On November 22, dozens of celebrity turkeys were photographed on the red carpet wearing brown paper bags and posing in front of a large "Mason Civic League" backdrop. Feted by balloons, the turkeys were heard grumbling, "she forgot the fresh cranberries again."
|Strike a pose|
B-list turkeys were shoved on the side lines behind the velvet rope line.
The charitable act was captured on film, video, audio, live streamed and soon to be made into a major motion picture. It is unclear whether the film crew was paid with donations from the taxpayer-subsidized 501(c)3.