3 Wildwood, NJ Teachers Surprised With Barefoot Country Music Fest Passes

WILDWOOD, N.J. (WPVI) — Three South Jersey teachers have been surprised with two four-day passes to this year’s Barefoot Country Music Fest.

On Friday morning, event organizers recognized three educators from Wildwood, New Jersey, for Teacher Appreciation Week through its #BCMFBeKind initiative.

John Lynch, the founder of Wildwood’s Lunch with Lynch Foundation, presented the passes to Steve Serano, Alyssa Esteban and Alyssa Guarini.

Serano is a six-year-old high school cooking teacher who helped open and run the Warrior Cafe and the Warrior Wagon, a student-run restaurant and food truck.

Esteban is a paraprofessional from Wildwood Middle School who assists with translation for the English Language Learners program. She is also an assistant softball coach.

Guarini is a special education teacher who works with Kindergarten through Grade 3 students in the stand-alone program at Glenwood Avenue Elementary.

The Barefoot Country Music Fest will host country music’s biggest stars from June 16-19.

The main headliners are Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and rising superstar Cole Swindell.

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