The fourth annual Friends of South Amboy charity basketball games will be held Dec. 19 at South Amboy High School.

The three games begin at 4 p.m. when South Amboy’s girls team plays Koinonia Academy. At 6 p.m. Perth Amboy Vo-Tech’s boys will take the court against Mater Dei Prep. In the nightcap at 8 p.m., South Amboy’s boys team will take on Sayreville War Memorial High School.

Proceeds from the games will benefit long-time South Amboy fireman and former chief Ken Walczak, who is struggling with illness.

The Friends of South Amboy is a nonprofit organization whose sole mission is to help local people in need. An ad book will be available for all attendees. Businesses or individuals who wish to purchase space in the ad book should contact Thomas Reilly at 732-721-0853.

Due to popular demand, the Mansfield University baseball program will host an expanded nine sessions of its Christmas Baseball Clinics this year, including a Mini Camp option for those seeking a more intensified experience.

A long-time stocking stuffer tradition, the seven sessions are broken down into age groups of 5-6, 7-8, 9-11, 12-14 and 15-18, and they are offered Dec. 27 and 28 and Jan. 2.

Costs for the clinics range from $30 to $80 per player. Registration is available by calling Harry Hillson at 570- 404-2632. Call for team rates.

You may also register on the Mansfield baseball webpage at and click on the baseball page and then on the Camp and Clinic page.

Spectra by Comcast Spectacor, which provides venue management, food services and hospitality and ticketing and fan engagement to Mercer County’s Sun National Bank Center, announced a partnership with River Horse Brewing Co. to sell their local craft beer at the Sun National Bank Center.

The newly branded pub area, which is located near section 109 on the Sun National Bank Center concourse, debuted Dec. 8 at the Premier Boxing Champions event and featured River Horse’s IPA, Special Ale and Tripel Horse craft beers.